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Why Do Tories Hate Football?

It's been well over a year since Coronavirus impacted the world, an event that has negatively affected almost everyone in some way, and only now are we starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel. During this time, we have generally seen the best of humanity, with collaboration and compassion, but of course there has been plenty of recrimination too. Most football leagues in Europe resumed their 2019/20 seasons last Autumn, after a pause of several months during the initial wave of the virus. For football fans this has been a small crumb of comfort, as at least the sport we love has continued to provide respite from the monotony of lockdowns, even if we were still not allowed to attend games in person. The Conservative party understand the value in this, which is why professional sport has been protected during subsequent ebbs and flows in the infection rate. They know that by allowing professional football to continue they can harness some goodwill from the public, just as

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