QPR's Anton Ferdinand shares a few words with Terry during Sunday's match at Loftus Road

MPs' racism inquiry to call on Liverpool

Senior figures from Liverpool are expected to be summoned to give evidence to a parliamentary inquiry into racism in sport that has been announced following the Luis Suarez case and racist allegations against John Terry.

MPs to investigate racism in sport

Racism in sport will be investigated by an influential parliamentary committee, it was announced today.

QPR's Anton Ferdinand shares a few words with Terry during Sunday's match at Loftus Road

MPs to hold inquiry into racism in sport

A committee of MPs is to hold an inquiry into racism in sport following the Luis Suarez case and allegations against John Terry.

Luis Suarez can expect abuse during the League game at Old Trafford next month - unless the clubs can agree a truce

Kenny Dalglish defends Liverpool support of Luis Suarez

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish insists the team's show of support for banned striker Luis Suarez had been "wrongly interpreted" as he defended the club's record on race relations.

Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra clash during United’s last visit to Anfield, in the league in October

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15 October 2011: Luis Suarez clashes with Patrice Evra and allegedly racially abuses him

Clubs 'dragging feet' over racism claim politicians

Politicians have called for an inquiry into racism in football today, claiming the Football Association and individual clubs are "dragging their feet" over the issue.

Oldham defender Tom Adeyemi reacts to alleged abuse

Liverpool apologise to Tom Adeyemi following abuse at Anfield

Liverpool last night issued an apology to Oldham defender Tom Adeyemi, who claims he was racially abused by a Reds supporter during Friday night's FA Cup tie between the sides.

Oldham defender Tom Adeyemi reacts to alleged abuse

Liverpool 'must take a stand' over abuse

European anti-racism chief calls on club to 'undo damage' as police arrest fan over Cup allegation

15 October 2011: Luis Suarez clashes with Patrice Evra and allegedly racially abuses him

Alex Ferguson questions necessity of Liverpool peace talks

Sir Alex Ferguson has questioned the need for peace talks ahead of Manchester United's Barclays Premier League encounter with Liverpool at Old Trafford on February 11.

Luis Suarez can expect abuse during the League game at Old Trafford next month - unless the clubs can agree a truce

Liverpool plea to United fans: please don't abuse Suarez

Liverpool are considering seeking talks with Manchester United to reduce the prospect of Luis Suarez facing some of the worst abuse visited on an opposing player at Old Trafford when the two clubs meet in the Premier League on 16 February.

21 December: Liverpool players wear T-shirts in support of Suarez at Wigan

European football's anti-racism head calls for action against Liverpool

The head of European football's anti-racism group has urged the Football Association to charge Liverpool with bringing the game into disrepute over their response to Luis Suarez's eight-match ban.

15 October 2011: Luis Suarez clashes with Patrice Evra and allegedly racially abuses him

Kick It Out chairman slams Liverpool over Luis Suarez response

Kick It Out chairman Lord Ouseley has branded Liverpool as "hypocritical" over their handling of Luis Suarez's eight-match ban for racially abusing Patrice Evra and called the striker's apology "lamentable".

Kenny Dalglish was intransigent in his support for Suarez

James Lawton: This whole sorry mess will bring new levels of vigilance

Liverpool still don't get it, not completely, but they have offered a degree of apology – and so has their player Luis Suarez. Given all that has gone before, all the churning self-interest displayed by one of the great clubs of Europe, the deadening sense that the issue was something less than fundamental to the good name of English football, we probably should be grateful for the concession.

Luis Suarez has started his eight-match ban

Suarez sorry at last as Anfield admit errors

But Liverpool still set to call for inquiry into way FA handled Evra hearing

Kenny Dalglish was intransigent in his support for Suarez

James Lawton: This whole sorry mess – apology or not – will at least bring new levels of vigilance

Any complacency over racism has been swept away in weeks of angry debate

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