Move to scrap the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act
An MSP has lodged proposals to scrap an act that outlaws sectarian offending in Scottish football.
Scottish Labour's James Kelly says the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act has criminalised fans and made the job of the police harder.
The SNP's James Dornan says the law, introduced in 2012, is needed more than ever with the prospect of more Old Firm games on the horizon.
All four opposition parties at Holyrood have said they will repeal the Act.
01 Aug 2016
- From the section Scotland