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The FA will lean on the Government to try to speed up passing the Online Harms Bill targeting sickening social media abuse amid fears it could drag out until next YEAR English football is planning its next move against the rising online abuse problem Laws are being brought in to fine social media companies for failing to combat it Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden insists the bill will be introduced by December There are concerns it will be well into 2021 before the laws can be fully enforced 

By Sami Mokbel for the Daily Mail

Published: 22:30 BST, 3 May 2021 | Updated: 22:51 BST, 3 May 2021

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The FA will pressure the Government to fast-track the Online Harms Bill amid fears the process could run well into 2022.

English football is plotting its next move in the fight against online abuse players receive after the conclusion of the historic social media boycott on Monday night.

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Whitehall is currently in the process of introducing legislation that could see social media companies such as Twitter and Instagram fined tens of millions of pounds for failure to sufficiently combat online abuse.

There are fears the process of formaliy introducing the Online Harms Bill will run into 2022

There are fears the process of formaliy introducing the Online Harms Bill will run into 2022

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden insists the bill will be introduced by the end of December

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden insists the bill will be introduced

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