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Qatar World Cup 2022: BBC’s ‘virtue signalling’ stars are slammed for ‘hypocrisy’


The criticism kept coming for the BBC’s ‘virtue-signalling’ coverage of the World Cup kick-off ahead of England’s first match against Iran this afternoon, as football fans blasted pundits ‘absurd hypocrisy’ after they launched into long tirades about controversies and human rights issue in Qatar, while broadcasting live from a stadium in Doha.

Viewers slammed Gary Lineker and Alex Scott’s ‘holier than thou’ punditry which saw an opening monologue for the BBC’s introduction to the World Cup address the human rights record in Qatar, with many taking to social media to say the pair had ‘took the money ahead of their morals’ and that if they were so outraged they could have refused to go.

Others said the BBC had been ‘outrageously disrespectful to Qatar’ over its controversial decision not to broadcast the World Cup opening ceremony on TV, and said: ‘If they’re that appalled, they should bring home their vast army of employees & spare us this absurd hypocrisy [sic].’

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