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April 18, 1989 | DAN FISHER, Times Staff Writer
An indirect casualty of last weekend's British soccer disaster may be Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's virtually unblemished record of getting her way in Parliament. The government introduced the so-called Football Spectators Bill last January as its answer to the problem of soccer hooliganism. It would establish a government-controlled, Football Membership Authority to administer a compulsory scheme that would effectively close the country's soccer stadiums to all but registered club members.
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April 18, 1989 | DAN FISHER, Times Staff Writer
An indirect casualty of last weekend's British soccer disaster may be Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's virtually unblemished record of getting her way in Parliament. The government introduced the so-called Football Spectators Bill last January as its answer to the problem of soccer hooliganism. It would establish a government-controlled, Football Membership Authority to administer a compulsory scheme that would effectively close the country's soccer stadiums to all but registered club members.
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