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GARY Lineker has made a sly dig at the BBC as he returns to TV screens after the migrant tweet row.
The presenter of Match of the Day, 62, took to his Twitter page earlier this afternoon to post a message to his followers which said: “Ah the joys of being allowed to stick to football.”TwitterGary Lineker took to his Twitter page earlier this afternoon[/caption]
The BBC’s highest-paid presenter, on £1.35million a year, is returning to TV after being suspended from his Match of the Day presenting duties following criticism of Suella Braverman’s migrant boats plan.
The former Barcelona striker took to Twitter to hit out at the Illegal Migration Bill, which bans people who arrive on small boats from settling in Britain.
He wrote: “This is just an immeasurably cruel policy directed at the most vulnerable people in language that is not dissimilar to that used by Germany in the ’30s, and I’m out of order?”
The bill will see migrants detained and removed to their home country, or a safe third state within 28 days.
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