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Olympic and Paralympic Legacy Committee Debate Live

Following the BBC news story investigation ‘Is the Premier League Failing Disabled Fans?’ broadcast on the 18th March, the House of Lords debated the Olympic and Paralympic Legacy on the 19th March when the subject of disabled fans access to football grounds was debated.

The link to the debate is available as a video here or below. The relative section starts at 9.13pm with Lord Richard Faulkner of Worcester, Vice President of Level Playing Field speaking strongly about access to football stadiums for disabled supporters and is followed by Baroness Tanni Grey Thompson. Her speech on these issues, including a mention of LPF Chair, Joyce Cook, OBE finishes at 9.30pm.

The relevant part of speech is also available on Hansard here, will Lord Richard Faulkner comment beginning at column 251 and finishing at column 256.