Hull City travel row raised in Parliament
A Hull MP is calling for a political debate over travel restrictions placed on football fans after the row between West Yorkshire Police and Hull City supporters.
Diana Johnson, MP for Hull North, raised the problem in the House of Commons during Business Questions today.
Hull City and West Yorkshire are currently in talks over the force's decision to order City fans to travel on official coaches from Hull to the match against Huddersfield on March 30. A resolution is expected by the end of the week.
Fans claim the restrictions, including the decision to allow just 1,500 Hull City fans in the stand holding 4,000 away supporters, are unfair and treat them as football hooligans.
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During an exchange with Andrew Lansley MP, Leader of the House of Commons, Ms Johnson asked for a Commons debate on "sensible guidelines" for police forces considering restrictions on football supporters to avoid a similar uproar in the future.