clive myrie

The award-winning journalist, who presented the BBC News At Six for the past 20 years, died on Monday from bowel cancer after being first diagnosed in 2014.
Gary Lineker has spoken out against the BBC's decision to replace Clive amid supposed concerns about "impartiality complaints".
The broadcaster was reacting to a report about the race for Christmas number one, which involves Mariah and LadBaby.
"It was a poor choice of word perhaps but that’s live broadcasting," the presenter tweeted on Friday morning.
"The wind blew across my face and through my eyes and a single tear came out."
The broadcaster announced she was leaving the BBC after 20 years to launch a new Global podcast in February.
The journalist revealed that it took eight hours to travel just two miles to the crossing.
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