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Lewis Hamilton condemns ‘disgusting behaviour’ of England fans after Euro 2020 heartbreak

Seven-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has hit back with vengeance at a minority of England fans who hurled racist abuse towards the England trio who missed penalties in their Euro 2020 final defeat to Italy on Sunday night. Both Gareth Southgate and the FA have condemned the abuse as ‘unforgiveable’ as many call to support our defeated finalists.

Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka were the unfortunate trio to miss their penalties in the shootout against Italy.

Where Rashford missed the target, Sancho and Saka both saw their shots saved, with the latter visibly distraught after seeing the trophy slip from England’s grasp as a result.

All either in their teens or early-twenties, the general response has been one of support for England’s heroic youngsters.

However, deeply concerning instances of racism directed towards them have been brought to attention on social media since the result was confirmed.

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“To be in the final and with such a diverse team is a huge achievement we should all be proud of but as the players stepped up to take the penalties I was worried.

“The pressure to deliver is felt by every sportsperson but when you are a minority representing your country this is a layered experience.

“Success would feel like a double victory, but a miss feels like a two-fold failure when it’s compounded with racist abuse.

“The disgusting behaviour by the few, shows how much work that still needs to be done. I hope that this opens a conversation around acceptance.

“We must work towards a society that doesn’t require Black players to prove their value or place in society only through victory.

“Ultimately everyone on the England team should be so proud of their achievement and how they represented us.”

The incidents are currently under investigation by the FA as more and more voices within sport have their say on an ugly aftermath to a momentous day for the nation.

Particularly when it comes to a character like Rashford, who was awarded an MBE in October for his campaign to grant free school means for children in need, directing racist abuse towards him or his fellow young men in Sancho or Saka seems a troubling way to end a magical summer for English football.

London dispersal order issued as Met fear ‘anti-social behaviour’ as England play Ukraine

The force tweeted: “Due to recent reports of anti-social behaviour we have implemented a section 35 Dispersal Zone in the #City until 7am 04/07/21. Anyone involved will be directed by officers to leave the #City, and may be arrested for not doing so.”

Police have confirmed this is due to reports of anti-social and not directly linked to the England v Ukraine Euro 2020 game.

Section 35 orders derive from the 2014 Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

It grants police heightened, temporary powers to disperse and people, and confiscate items from those gathering in certain areas.

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Naga Munchetty hits back as BBC viewer slams her ‘appalling behaviour’ 'The mind boggles!'

A third fan commented: “Naga I enjoyed your appearance on Saturday kitchen, I thought it was fun. Sad that some people have no sense of humour.”

A fourth agreed: “How was this not just some BBC colleagues having fun?? ‘Appalling Behaviour’ for goodness’ sake …lighten up…I bet even Matts mum thought it was funny!”(sic)

A fifth replied: “Drink!!! Nah it’s a normal person having a good time, keep entertaining us Naga, it’s what keeps us going in this crazy world.”

“Never change Naga! We love you just the way you are! 🙂 xx #Cheers,” a sixth person responded.

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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Dan Walker fumes as he brands BBC colleague's behaviour 'next level laziness'

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His last show is set to line up with the end of the current football season on Saturday, May 22.

Dan said in a statement about his exit: “It has been an amazing 12 years and I have loved every second of it.

“I am so proud of the job we’ve done, the changes we’ve made and issues we’ve looked at while the football landscape changed immeasurably.”

His replacement has not yet been confirmed but there have been reports Alex Scott might land the role.

Kate Middleton: Prince William's behaviour 'humiliating' on lads skiing holiday

Kate Middleton and Prince William look to have a content relationship whenever they are seen in public together. Nevertheless, like all long term couples, the pair have had their ups and downs over the years. A lads holiday to in Switzerland a few years ago proved particularly contentious, sources alleged.
William was filmed singing and dancing with friends in a nightclub in 2017.

He was also seen putting his hand on the waist of a mystery women while in the club.

Kate was “less than pleased” when she discovered this, according to Vanity Fair sources.

While Prince William was on holiday, the Duchess of Cambridge was left at home in the UK with their two children at the time, Prince George, now seven, and Princess Charlotte, now five.


Kate, along with Queen Elizabeth, now 94, Prince Charles, now 72, Prince Harry, now 36, and other senior royals all attended Westminster Abbey for a Commonwealth Day service in William’s absence.

At the time, the British press called the Duke of Cambridge “throne idle” for skipping the ceremony.

“It was William’s choice to go away, but make no mistake Kate wears the trousers in their marriage,” a source told Vanity Fair back in 2017 at the time of the incident.

“She won’t be happy with William’s antics.

“She thought his partying days and larking around with the boys was a thing of the past.

“I imagine she’ll find this humiliating and William will have come in for a pasting.

Clearly, the couple went on to recover from the event and now have a third child, Prince Louis, aged two.

However, they are far from the only royal couple to have argued.

Prince Philip, now 99 and the Queen were caught in a huge spat during a royal visit to Australia in 1954.

An Australian film crew witnessed the incident and saw Prince Philip storm out of the front door.

The young Queen was seen shouting at Philip and even hurling a tennis racket and tennis shoes at him.

The monarch proceeded to repeatedly “drag” the Duke back into the chalet and the door slammed shut.

After this, the Queen re-emerged and said: “I’m sorry for that little interlude but, as you know, it happens in every marriage. Now, what would you like me to do?”