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MP Lee Anderson Advises Prince William to Stay Clear of England Shirt Controversy

MP Lee Anderson Advises Prince William to Stay Clear of England Shirt Controversy

MP Lee Anderson has cautioned Prince William, the future king and current president of England's Football Association (FA), against involvement in the ongoing dispute surrounding England's football kit.

Speaking on GB News, Anderson suggested that Prince William should refrain from intervening in such matters, stating, "I think what we should take a leaf out of his late grandmother's book and keep his nose out of stuff like this."

The controversy erupted after The FA declined to withdraw the England football kit, which features a modified version of the St George’s cross. The altered design incorporates additional colors of navy, light blue, and purple alongside the traditional red of the cross.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak expressed his stance on the issue, emphasizing the importance of preserving the original design of the national flag. Sunak told BBC reporters, "When it comes to our national flags, we shouldn't mess with them because they're a source of pride, identity, who we are, and they're perfect as they are."

Echoing this sentiment, Culture Secretary Lucy Frazer took to social media to convey her disagreement with Nike's design alterations. Frazer emphasized the significance of national heritage, including the St George's Cross, as a unifying symbol. She stated, "Fans should always come first, and it's clear that this is not what fans want. Our national heritage - including St George's Cross - brings us together. Toying with it is pointless and unnecessary."

As the debate continues to unfold, Anderson's advice to Prince William underscores the sensitivity and complexity surrounding national symbols and their representation.

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