sport news Reece James says England will 'shine a light' on human rights abuses in Qatar ... trends now

sport news Reece James says England will 'shine a light' on human rights abuses in Qatar ... trends now
sport news Reece James says England will 'shine a light' on human rights abuses in Qatar ... trends now

sport news Reece James says England will 'shine a light' on human rights abuses in Qatar ... trends now

Reece James insists England WILL 'shine a light' on human rights abuses in Qatar ahead of the World Cup, after the FA were accused of 'completely lacking in courage' to speak out by Amnesty International England players are in talks over how to raise awareness of human rights abuses It comes after Amnesty International criticised the FA for failing to take a stand They believe approach is 'to avoid sending the wrong message' to FIFA and Qatar

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Reece James insists England players will 'shine a light' on the human rights abuses in Qatar ahead of the World Cup.

The Chelsea full back said Gareth Southgate's squad are in talks over how to raise awareness of atrocities faced by migrant workers.

It comes after Amnesty International accused the FA of 'completely lacking in courage' to speak out against the human rights abuses and said they were 'running down time' to take a stand.

'When there is something that can improve, we like to shine a light on it,' said James. 'There's a lot of talks in camp about what's gone on. We're definitely going to raise awareness. We haven't finalised what we're going to do - we need to carry on talking about it.'

England's stars have previously made strong statements on

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