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Refugee who lived at 'loving' Gary Lineker's home speaks out on staying with the BBC star

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The refugee who lived at Gary Lineker's home has spoken out amid the Match of the Day presenter's asylum seeker row. Rasheed Baluch, who lived with Lineker for three weeks, spoke as Home Secretary Suella Braverman was in Rwanda trumpeting her deportation plan.

It comes after the reinstated Match of the Day host Lineker put the migrants row behind him on Saturday and returned to TV. Law student Rasheed spoke as the telly star hosted an FA Cup special after being reinstated by the BBC - and hailed him a “caring and loving defender of humanity”, reports the Mirror.In 2020, desperate Rasheed, 35, was provided with a free bed and board at Lineker’s £4million home in Surrey.

He praised the 62-year-old's kindness and backed him for speaking out against Tory proposals for deporting migrants.Speaking on his experience for the first time, Rasheed said: “He has been given the right of freedom, right of thought and expression.

So if the institutions react so negatively against the statement of Gary, it is undemocratic Gary has come forward to defend humanity.

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