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World Cup 2018: England 'thugs' stopped from going to Russia

BBC News Wednesday, 13 June 2018 ()
World Cup 2018: England 'thugs' stopped from going to RussiaMore than 1,200 people have surrendered their passports ahead of the World Cup, the Home Office says.
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