Wembley Stadium arch illuminated in the French tricolour at night
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Increased security across UK sporting events after Paris attacks

England's match against France at Wembley will not be a "normal friendly" following the attacks in Paris, says coach Roy Hodgson. England fans will be encouraged to join in with singing the French national anthem during tonight's game.

Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn added that the game would have "massive global significance" following the deaths of 129 people in the Paris attacks on Friday.

There will be armed police on duty at Wembley. Many sporting venues have increased security checks in the wake of the terror attacks, as BBC Breakfast's Tim Muffett reports.

  • 17 Nov 2015
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