BBC coverage of English squad taking the knee SLAMMED by Journalist Kelvin McKenzie

Bbc coverage of english squad taking the knee slammed by journalist kelvin mckenzie

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‘The world is becoming a more dangerous place every day. Why is it that only one view is allowed to prevail – with our money!?’

Kelvin Mackenzie slams the BBC for their coverage of the English team taking the knee during their opening World Cup game in Qatar.

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