Gary Lineker to quit BBC show over controversial comments

Former English footballer and now star BBC presenter, Gary Lineker, He will temporarily relinquish his position on the project “Game of the Day” As a result of the disputes Statements against Govt Radio and television reported on his immigration policy Friday.

Lineker62, criticized the conservative executive in a tweet comparing the language used. Rishi Sunak While presenting his controversial bill against irregular migration With the rhetoric of Nazi Germany.

“The BBC He has held detailed discussions with Carrie And his group in the last days. We have said that we consider your recent activity on social media to be a Violating our guidelinesImpartiality, a company spokesperson confirmed.

“The BBC has decided to stop offering ‘match of the day’ Until they take a clear and agreed stance on using social networks,” he said.

His response on Twitter sparked controversy 9 million followersIn a video the Home Minister, a staunch conservative Suella BravermanThe plans were revealed on Tuesday Illegal entry should be stopped and deportedBan them from applying for asylum and ban them from becoming British citizens for life.

“There is no large influx. We accept far fewer refugees than other European countries Important,” Lineker wrote. “This It is an immeasurably cruel policy “The most vulnerable people were addressed in a language unlike that used by Germany in the 1930s,” he added.

He said this on Thursday I guessed his words, he really wanted to put on a show Next Tuesday, what he has done since 1999, he retired from the fields after five years.

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