James Cleverly spoke with ‘Qatari authorities’ about LGBT apparel during World Cup

James cleverly spoke with 'qatari authorities' about lgbt apparel during world cup

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James Cleverly spoke with ‘Qatari authorities’ about LGBT apparel during World Cup: Foreign Secretary James Cleverly, comments about the confiscation of rainbow bucket hats and a fan being denied entry to the stadium for wearing a rainbow t-shirt. He told broadcasters in London: “The rules as to what fans wear when they enter the stadia, that is ultimately a decision for the football authorities.

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