Huw Edwards admits he’s scared of tweeting if it breaks impartiality rules – after Nazi presenter ‘jibe’ row
News on Ten by Gary Lineker, Huw Edwards admits he’s scared fear of using Twitter in cases where it violates the law of impartiality.
The broadcaster, 61, has expressed concern about the potential social disruption following the controversy over Gary Lineker’s tweets which compared the government’s anti-immigrant ban to 1930s Germany.
Edwards, who is paid n ‘between £410,000 and £414,000, adding that he thought it was working for him.
The company made employees the target of criticism. “I have to be careful what I say,” he said, quoted by the Daily Star newspaper.
‘I can’t stay in a position where I’m lost in politics. So I’m doing less social media than I used to.
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Edwards revealed that many BBC stars have quit social media for fear of getting into trouble, while he himself has been at the center of controversy in recent years.
In 2019, he defended himself against political accusations after he “liked” a tweet that read “Vote Labor for the National Health Service.”
He said he had not seen the ‘vote Labour’ message and was only expressing his support for the health service.Corinna kopf leaked video Onlyfans, twitter
Two years later, Edwards was the subject of controversy when he joked that the Welsh flag would be the backdrop for News on Ten – before removing it “out of order”.
Despite media officials accusing journalists of breaching the BBC’s impartiality policy, £195,000-a-year presenter Miss Munchetty took to Twitter to thank her and Mr Stayt for the incident, making the tension even higher.