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Labour leader makes fun of Conservatives for "howling with rage over a tweet".
Jonathan Gullis falsely claimed the Match of the Day host called Red Wall voters “Nazis” and “racist bigots”.
The Match of the Day star has included a quotation that's inscribed next to a George Orwell statute outside the corporation's HQ.
"It’s an insidious rehash of their game plan from the Brexit referendum."
Shadow culture secretary Lucy Powell says the BBC "capitulated to a Tory cancel campaign orchestrated by ministers".
BBC director general Tim Davie said there would be a review of the corporation’s social media guidance.
The former Conservative chancellor said Gary Lineker "will feel he’s a had a good week".
The shadow chancellor also questioned why the corporation's Tory donor chairman has kept his job.
"Dad is a good man... he will always speak up for people who don’t have a voice," George Lineker said.
The programme was cut to just 20 minutes after a boycott by presenters following the Gary Lineker row.