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A GROUP of Network Rail staff face the sack over racist posts in a message group arranging five-a-side football games.

Three men were suspended and five others probed over sickening messages praising slavery and the Ku Klux Klan.

PA:Press Association

Three men were suspended and five others probed (stock photo)[/caption]

Racist “jokes” about lynching and rape were posted in the Facebook Messenger group called Sir Winston’s Wanderers.

A whistle-blower told bosses about the group in Grimsby and Barnetby, Lincolnshire.

A source said: “It was really sickening hardcore racism.

“An internal investigation’s on with about 30 people spoken to.”

A spokesman confirmed the probe, insisting: “Harassment and discrimination have no place at Network Rail.”


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