Gary Linker and the BBC have been dominating the headlines after the Match of the Day host was asked to step back presenting after tweeting out criticism of the government’s language around refugees.
But what does this whole row mean for the BBC, and what does it say about the state of our media and its relationship to impartiality?
We speak to Adam Boulton, formerly editor-at-large of Sky News.
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