Gary Lineker defended by Labor shadow community secretary over ‘Nazi’ tweet
Gary Lineker is defended by Labor’s shadow community secretary over ‘Nazi’ tweets – as she breaks ranks from frontline leader’s views
Labor Front Venture Lisa Nandy argues: Gary Lineker You didn’t mention the Nazis in the controversial immigration tweet.
The Match Of The Day Presenter, Age 62, Recent A civil war broke out between BBC talent and management over fairness.
Commenting on the government’s new illegal immigration bill, Lineker called the small boat announcement “a policy of unfathomable cruelty aimed at the most vulnerable, whose language is Germany in my thirties.
But Nandi, the secretary of state for upgrading, housing and communities, insists he is not comparing the government to the Nazis.
“What Gary Lineker said is very different from what Gary Lineker actually said,” she said. sky news.
Shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy speaking at the Labor Party’s annual conference in Liverpool
Yesterday at the Etihad Stadium, Gary Lineker made his TV return for the first time since fighting impartiality with the BBC over his controversial immigration tweet.
Protesters wear Gary Lineker masks during the ‘Stand Against Racism’ protest in George Square, Glasgow.
“The government wanted to say he was likening this to the Nazis, but it wasn’t. I don’t think I did.”
“What he was pointing out was a chilling comparison to an environment in which people were not free to challenge this kind of language and behavior.”
Nandi’s view differed from that of her colleagues on the Labor front bench.
Shadow’s Attorney General Emily Thornberry claimed she would not have used the same words as Lineker, describing them as “really very disappointing”.
Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper also said he didn’t believe what Lineker said was true.
Former English footballer Returned to our screens yesterday to showcase the FA Cup quarter-final between Manchester City and Burnley at the Etihad Stadium.
But Mark Chapman showed off his Match of the Day highlights on Saturday night.
Lineker was also recently discovered Party at the launch of the new Private Members Club with celebrities such as Paloma Faith and Mary Charteris amid the scandal surrounding his controversial tweet.
Early Saturday morning, protesters wore Lineker face masks during a march in support of refugees in Glasgow.
Crowds descended on Scottish cities, holding placards reading ‘Refugees Welcome’ and ‘Stop Rwanda’. This referred to Suera Braverman’s policy of deporting people who arrived in Britain illegally in small boats to African countries.
The Home Secretary yesterday doubled down on the government’s controversial immigration policy. Visited Rwanda for the first time after taking office as a minister.
Braverman said the plan “will act as a powerful deterrent to dangerous and illegal travel.”
The minister also hit back at critics of the deal, saying Rwanda could accommodate “thousands” of migrants but none had been displaced yet.