Michael Vaughan: ‘I didn’t make racist comments at Yorkshire cricket club’ – BBC News

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Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan speaks to BBC Breakfast’s Dan Walker about the Yorkshire racism scandal.

Vaughan will not be part of the BBC’s coverage of this winter’s Ashes series in Australia, after being named in Yorkshire’s report into Azeem Rafiq’s claims of racism during his time at the club.

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