New laws could be put in place to drive sweeping changes to the way English football is run, following failures by the sport's authorities to change the governance of the game.
A committee of MPs said the Premier League wielded too great an influence over the game in England and ordered reforms. But the culture, media and sport select committee said it had been "very disappointed" by the football authorities' response to its proposals for reform made in July 2011.
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"Private girls' schools are now allowed to hold sports activities in accordance with the rules of Shariah, or Islamic law. Students must adhere to 'decent dress' codes and Saudi women teachers will be given priority in supervising the activities, according to the Education Ministry's requirements. The decision makes sports once again a stage for the push to improve women's rights, nearly a year after two Saudi female athletes made an unprecedented appearance at the Olympics." This news comes at a time when Saudi Arabia has allowed women to ride bikes (sort of).
Tags: Saudi Arabia, culture, gender, religion, Middle East.
Wrestling tackles politics: Pitch to get sport back into Olympics makes stop in DC Washington Post “This is all about international sport politics,” said former world champion Bill Scherr, chairman of the Committee to Preserve Olympic Wrestling.
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Richard Caborn, a former sports minister, is about to call for the DCMS to be scrapped and Leyton Orient to be allowed to share the Olympic Stadium (Richard Caborn: Time for radical rethink on role of sport and government
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