England’s Lionesses Urge PM Candidates To Give Access To Football For Girls | Good Morning Britain

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England’s Lionesses have urged the government to ensure that all girls have access to football in schools in an open letter to Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss. The Lionesses won their first-ever major trophy at Wembley on Sunday as they beat Germany in extra time to lift the UEFA European Championship. Their victory has led to fresh calls for further development of women’s football and increased participation for girls at grassroots level. We are joined by England goalkeeper, Mary Earps, and former Education Minister, Michelle Donelan.

Broadcast on 04/08/22

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