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It leaves the SNP out-numbered 65-63 on the issue at Holyrood.Some SNP MSPs are also sceptical of the law, including Richard Lyle, who last year said it was “too wide sweeping in approach and doesn’t work in practice as well as it should or could”.

THE controversial law aimed at stamping out sectarianism around football games is set to be abolished, after every opposition party yesterday backed its repeal.Labour MSP James Kelly, who announced plans for a Member’s Bill to repeal the OBFA in January, confirmed he would move to secure the Act’s removal from the statute book.The Lib Dems and Greens, who stood on manifestos backing repeal, supported the plans.The Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications Act 2012 (OBFA) now looks likely to be an early casualty of the SNP losing its overall majority at Holyrood.Read more: Rangers fans cleared as sheriff criticises ‘flawed’ sectarianism law​ Keen to flex their muscles as the main opposition, the Conservatives said they would ensure parliamentary time was dedicated to the issue in coming weeks and would back legislation to scrap the “unfair and unworkable” law.

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