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    Ugo Monye, Jordan Henderson, Rio Ferdinand, Eni Aluko, Raheem Sterling and Trent Alexander-Arnold reflect on the impact the murder of George Floyd has had on society and on sport one year on.

    Musical performance by the brilliant Kay Young.

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