SOCIAL MEDIA COMPANIES MUST LEAD FIGHT AGAINST RACISM AS ABUSE OVERSHADOWS START OF SEASON

Daily Express chief sports writer Neil Squires calls on social media companies to tackle racist abuse being posted on their platforms.

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