BBC Star challenges Braverman’s claims on asylum seekers feigning sexuality
Gary Lineker has once more voiced his concerns regarding the Government’s migration stance, taking issue with Home Secretary Suella Braverman’s recent assertions on asylum reform.
Braverman warned that certain individuals might feign their sexuality to exploit the system and obtain preferential treatment in the UK. However, Lineker promptly took to social media to counter her statements, questioning how one could genuinely ascertain another’s sexuality.
This tussle is the latest in a series of controversies involving Lineker and the BBC regarding his social media comments, which earlier this year led to him momentarily stepping away from his presenting role on ‘Match of the Day’.
The BBC is reportedly revisiting its social media guidelines in light of such incidents. Read more