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Liverpool will attempt to repair the club's severely fractured relationship with Luis Suarez today after accusing him of deceit, on a day of contrition in which Kenny Dalglish admitted his own conduct in a television interview had not been fitting for the club's manager.

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Cameron orders summit to tackle racism in football

Football must not return to the "bad old days" following recent high-profile racism rows, the Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt warned yesterday, as it emerged that David Cameron is to hold a Downing Street summit to discuss the issue.

Alex Ferguson and Kenny Dalglish shake hands at the final whistle

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Ferguson and Dalglish hold key to restoring a great rivalry sullied by shameful episode

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Suarez and Liverpool say sorry for Evra snub

Club officials angry that striker undermined manager with refusal to shake rival's hand

Luis Suarez fails to shake hands with Patrice Evra

Hunt wades into racism row

Football must not return to the "bad old days" following recent high-profile racism rows, the Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt warned yesterday, as it emerged that David Cameron is to hold talks to discuss the problem.

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Dalglish and Suarez issue apologies

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has apologised for his conduct during his post-match interview with Sky Sports yesterday as he faced questions about Luis Suarez's refusal to shake hands with Manchester United defender Patrice Evra.

David Cameron 'plans football racism summit'

David Cameron is expected to step into the row over racism in football by staging a Downing Street summit on the issue.

Suarez refuses to shake Evra’s hand before Old Trafford clash

Racism grudge match flares into rows and scuffles

Sir Alex Ferguson calls on Liverpool to sack Suarez for refusing to shake Evra's hand before Old Trafford clash

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