Gary Lineker makes thinly-veiled dig at BBC with new Twitter picture

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Gary Lineker, 62, appears to have jibed at his impartiality row with the BBC with his new profile picture on Twitter. The presenter has changed the image to one of himself superimposed onto a wall outside Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC in London.

The wall, which is behind a statue of George Orwell, is inscribed with the words: “If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.”

The phrase is from an unused preface to Orwell’s 1945 novella, Animal Farm.

The photograph of Gary, which has been edited to look like he is standing in front of the wall, appears to be from paparazzi photos taken outside his home earlier this week.

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