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    The Barbarians who broke coronavirus protocols ahead of their scheduled rugby match with England, will not face a police investigation

    The Barbarians who broke coronavirus protocols ahead of their scheduled rugby match with England, will not face a police investigation


    The team's two nights out led to the weekend fixture at Twickenham being cancelled on health grounds due to possible Covid-19 breaches.

    Footage on social media showed a group of players from the invitational side taking part in a drinking session at a pub near the squad's Park Lane hotel.

    The decision cost the RFU an estimated two million dollars in lost broadcast income and sponsorship revenue.

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