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England’s Football Association lost a confidence vote among U.K. lawmakers, who put soccer’s governing body on notice and said they’re prepared to impose reforms.

In a 70-minute debate in Parliament, lawmakers criticized the F.A. over its failure to properly represent women, black and ethnic minority groups and gay people involved in the sport. It was also chastised for failing to plow enough money into grassroots soccer.

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