Conservative MPs have criticised the BBC's handling of Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker over his comments on Twitter about the Government's immigration policy.
Why it matters
The BBC licence fee is losing support among the public, and Conservative MPs have cited concerns over impartiality as a reason to scrap it.
What the papers say
The Independent and The Mirror both report on the calls to scrap the BBC licence fee, with The Mirror also reporting on Jacob Rees-Mogg's comments that the licence fee is 'passed its sell-by date'.
How we got here
The BBC has faced criticism over impartiality in recent years, with some Conservative MPs calling for the licence fee to be scrapped. The recent controversy over Gary Lineker's comments on Twitter has reignited calls to end the licence fee.
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