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Violence in Britain

Wyndham Place Trust.

Violence in Britain

a report by the Wyndham Place Trust, 1980.

by Wyndham Place Trust.

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Published by Wyndham Place Trust in (s.l.) .
Written in English


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"This report is based on a Seminar of experts held in Church House, Westminster on 7th November 1980.

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Open LibraryOL14153969M

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Hooliganism incidents in the s led to fences being built at football grounds, such as this at Kenilworth Road, Luton ( image). Beginning in at least the s, the United Kingdom gained a reputation worldwide for football hooliganism; the phenomenon was often dubbed the English Disease.

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