Sports stars sign open letter to the government

Over sixty UK sports men and women, presenters and journalists have signed EE’s open letter to policy makers lobbying for a more stringent Online Safety Bill The Letter has been co-signed by Glitch, the UK charity focused on ending online abuse and championing digital citizenship. Following this summer’s EE Hope United campaign to combat online

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Celebrating Black British History

To celebrate Black British History BT and Hope United footballers kick-off latest educational content series, plus all-new BT Sport programming. Marcus Rashford, Rio Ferdinand, Anton Ferdinand, and Eni Aluko to star in a series of educational films by BT celebrating Black British History BT Sport continues Black History Month programming throughout October, with documentary Standing

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Football unites against online hate

BT’s HOPE UNITED and the UEFA Foundation for Children have joined forces to help stamp out online abuse and discrimination through the UEFA Super Cup and a unique community match in Belfast. This year’s UEFA Super Cup, between Chelsea and Villarreal, is taking place on Wednesday 11 August in Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland.

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Hope United – Take The Pledge

Following the launch of Hope United, a squad of footballers who have come together from across the Home Nations to tackle online hate, BT has today unveiled The Pledge, which will allow the public to show their support in the fight against social media abuse during the UEFA European Championships. Launched earlier this month, Marcus

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BT launches Hope United

Today BT is launching Hope United – a diverse team of players who have come together from across the Home Nations to tackle online hate ahead of the UEFA European Championships Marcus Rashford, Gareth Bale, Lucy Bronze, Andy Robertson, Jordan Henderson, Ethan Ampadu, Rebecca Sellar and Demi Stokes among those to feature in squad of

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