Michael Vaughan steps back from BBC duties in light of ‘ongoing dialogue’


  • Former England cricket captain leaves BBC ‘for the time being’
  • BBC ‘respect’ decision but say Vaughan remains under contract

Michael Vaughan has made the decision to “step back from work with the BBC” in light of the “ongoing dialogue” around the former England cricket captain’s broadcasting role with Test Match Special for the three-Test series against New Zealand.

Vaughan was dropped from coverage of the Ashes last November after he was accused by several players of making a racist comment before a Yorkshire game in 2009. He has repeatedly and categorically denied doing so.

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