Gary Lineker will return to the Match of the Day (MOTD) studio after the BBC issued a grovelling apology.
The 62 year old presenter of the BBC’s flagship football programme was told to step down last week after he criticised the Conservative Party’s brutal immigration policy.
Since then, the former England, Leicester City, Everton, and Tottenham Hotspur striker received an overwhelming amount of support for taking the moral high ground after he refused to back down and apologise for his comments.
The BBC claims to be impartial but it is flooded with several highly influential partisan Tory Party members and donors who use the platform to get their political points across.
BBC chairman Richard Sharp donated £400,000 to the Conservative Party in the past and helped to arrange an £800,000 loan for the former Prime Minister Boris Johnson while Sir Robbie Gibb is a member of the…