The Women Debate Naming & Shaming Internet Trolls After Racist Abuse of England Players| Loose Women

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England star Marcus Rashford apologised for his penalty shootout miss on Sunday but said he “will never apologise for who I am” after he was one of three players subjected to racist abuse (including the defacing of his mural) following England’s Euro 2020 final defeat to Italy – causing public heartbreak and anger over the remarks. In light of all of this, when it comes to online trolls, is the best policy to publicly name and shame?

From series 25, broadcast on 13/07/2021

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