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Thread: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

  1. #31

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro de la Rosa View Post
    OK, explain how Andrew Neil gets away with it?
    Quote Originally Posted by delmbox View Post
    It's pretty simple - Lineker is a sports broadcaster not a news and current affairs broadcaster so he can tweet what he wants from his personal account. All here

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-46566574
    Well you both seem to be coming form the same side but have contradicted each over

  2. #32

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by chris lee View Post
    Well you both seem to be coming form the same side but have contradicted each over
    Neil is a news and current affairs broadcaster, so we haven't.

  3. #33

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro de la Rosa View Post
    Neil is a news and current affairs broadcaster, so we haven't.
    My point of the contradiction, is that it was said by delmbox Lineker is not a political or current affairs broadcaster and therefore can say his personal views even tho he is paid by the BBC, I also believe, that Warnock is not a political or current affairs broadcaster, so can also say his brexit views, even tho he is employed by a Malaysian.

  4. #34

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro de la Rosa View Post
    I know I brought him up, he gets loads of stick. Like Warnock is for his comments. There isn't a right/left argument here. Say something daft or offensive, you'll get grief for it.
    This is what it comes down to between us I think, the final line in both our arguments.

    You believe Warnock has said something daft or offensive and therefore deserves some level of grief - fair enough

    I believe what Warnock said is neither daft not offensive, as previously said just a lot of fuss about nothing, and therefore does not deserve any grief.

    shall we agree to disagree on these two points?

  5. #35

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by chris lee View Post
    This is what it comes down to between us I think, the final line in both our arguments.

    You believe Warnock has said something daft or offensive and therefore deserves some level of grief - fair enough

    I believe what Warnock said is neither daft not offensive, as previously said just a lot of fuss about nothing, and therefore does not deserve any grief.

    shall we agree to disagree on these two points?
    He said something provocative by its very nature and it was much easier just to say nothing at all.

  6. #36

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by WJ99mobile View Post
    He said something provocative by its very nature and it was much easier just to say nothing at all.
    I donít think anyone would have criticised him if he came out with a coherent point and showed he had a decent grasp of the situation. Klopp got away with it.

    The problem was it was such a shallow and stupid thing to say. He made himself out to be a bit of a fool with the whole topic.

  7. #37

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by chris lee View Post
    My point of the contradiction, is that it was said by delmbox Lineker is not a political or current affairs broadcaster and therefore can say his personal views even tho he is paid by the BBC, I also believe, that Warnock is not a political or current affairs broadcaster, so can also say his brexit views, even tho he is employed by a Malaysian.
    Absolutely he can, I just wish he hadn't because I think it makes him look small minded and ignorant, and he represents us in a lot of people's eyes,

  8. #38

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro de la Rosa View Post
    OK, explain how Andrew Neil gets away with it?
    Lineker is not employed by the BBC. A Neil is.

  9. #39

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by chris lee View Post
    And Linekar works for and is paid by the BBC, a supposedly unbiased public service broadcaster?
    BBCís impartiality clause isnít in the contract of sports related staff.

    Andrew Neil is who you should be worried about when it comes to stuff like that.

  10. #40

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Where in the original club statement does it say that NW has 'had his knuckles rapped' by the club. It just states that the opinions expressed by him are his own personal ones and not the view of the club. This is typical lazy and confrontational journalism by WO, designed to create a controversy to try to boost their flagging ratings. Certain people on this board have fallen for it and jumped on the band wagon, presumably because they are remainers and/or dont like him and want to discredit him. The UK voted to leave by the way, with a bigger majority than voted for the Welsh Assembly to be created but nobody questioned that result.

  11. #41

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy corbyn View Post
    Lineker is not employed by the BBC. A Neil is.
    Lineker is employed by the BBC.

  12. #42

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by dml1954 View Post
    Where in the original club statement does it say that NW has 'had his knuckles rapped' by the club. It just states that the opinions expressed by him are his own personal ones and not the view of the club. This is typical lazy and confrontational journalism by WO, designed to create a controversy to try to boost their flagging ratings. Certain people on this board have fallen for it and jumped on the band wagon, presumably because they are remainers and/or dont like him and want to discredit him. The UK voted to leave by the way, with a bigger majority than voted for the Welsh Assembly to be created but nobody questioned that result.
    Stop politicising it, for ****s sake!

  13. #43

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by dml1954 View Post
    Where in the original club statement does it say that NW has 'had his knuckles rapped' by the club. It just states that the opinions expressed by him are his own personal ones and not the view of the club. This is typical lazy and confrontational journalism by WO, designed to create a controversy to try to boost their flagging ratings. Certain people on this board have fallen for it and jumped on the band wagon, presumably because they are remainers and/or dont like him and want to discredit him. The UK voted to leave by the way, with a bigger majority than voted for the Welsh Assembly to be created but nobody questioned that result.
    Oh dear, you mean the Welsh Assembly referendum that they tried to overturn? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-46863044

  14. #44

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by dml1954 View Post
    Where in the original club statement does it say that NW has 'had his knuckles rapped' by the club. It just states that the opinions expressed by him are his own personal ones and not the view of the club. This is typical lazy and confrontational journalism by WO, designed to create a controversy to try to boost their flagging ratings. Certain people on this board have fallen for it and jumped on the band wagon, presumably because they are remainers and/or dont like him and want to discredit him. The UK voted to leave by the way, with a bigger majority than voted for the Welsh Assembly to be created but nobody questioned that result.
    How is it lazy journalism to publish a CLUB STATEMENT you fool?

  15. #45

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by A Quiet Monkfish View Post
    Lineker is employed by the BBC.
    Not directly that is why he is free to make political comments. Andrew Neil, on the other hand......

  16. #46

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by chris lee View Post
    This reply tell's me a lot more about you, than any of the sweeping generalisations you made against me
    You mention the hypocrisy from the left and snowflakes then accuse me of sweeping generalisations?

  17. #47

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by William Treseder View Post
    The irony here, is your reply to Cris Lee is even more ignorant, nasty and inflammatory than Warnocks.
    Once you explain how I will debate further.

  18. #48

    Re: Warnock gets his knuckles rapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by delmbox View Post
    Oh dear, you mean the Welsh Assembly referendum that they tried to overturn? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-46863044
    Also about 20 Tory MPs who said we should respect the referendum result here and all referendum results have been proven to have voted against the assembly even after the referendum.

    A few of them even said the turn out was too small and the margin of victory was too small. The hypocrisy in this government knows no bounds.

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