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Lineker Strikes Back

The Gary Lineker row continues as the Director General of the BBC rows back and apologises for the weekend sports outage. Meanwhile Suella Braverman orders police to protect free speech while the Ministry of Defence secures an extra £5bn in this week's Budget. Elsewhere Rishi Sunak enlists spies to help business counter Chinese tech threat on the eve of the Integrated Review being published while backbench Tory MPs express their unease of the Illegal Migrant bill to detain and deport child refugees. Mike gives his unique take on Netflix covering Prince Harry’s Nazi uniform shame in next series of The Crown.

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