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Andrea Radrizzani will engage Leeds City Council in talks about the construction of a new training ground for Leeds United after stating his intention to buy back the club’s Elland Road stadium this summer.
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The article reported that photographs of children from Lancashire had been found on a file sharing website which the newspaper described variously as a "Russian pervert website" and a "paedophile website".
The article reported that most of the pictures were accompanied by sexually suggestive comments from users across the world which suggested that they were being used for sexual gratification.4.