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Jeremy Clarkson given final warning by BBC

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Jeremy Clarkson has revealed he is on his last chance with BBC management and will be sacked if he makes another faux pas. The news comes after a story published by The Mirror which claims Clarkson used the offensive term “nigger”.

The online version of the article included footage from two years ago, which didn’t go to air. Clarkson responded via twitter saying: “I did not use the n word. Never use it. The Mirror has gone way too far this time.”

In his most recent piece for The Sun, Clarkson wrote: “I’ve been told by the BBC that if I make one more offensive remark, anywhere, at any time, I will be sacked.

“And even the angel Gabriel would struggle to survive with that hanging over his head.

“It’s funny.

“I’ve always thought I’d be sacked for something I said.

“Not for something that actually, I didn’t say.”

Clarkson, no stranger to plunging himself into controversy, has also released a public explanation and apology in video.

6 replies on “Jeremy Clarkson given final warning by BBC”

This just demonstrates how soft the world has become. The story should go: ‘Sticks and stones will break my bones but words can never hurt me.’

Now it goes: Sticks and stone will break my bones, along with words, mumbles, butterflies, the climate, and everything in and around my existence’.

Harden up society. We are afraid of what people might say but don’t automatically euthanize serial rapists and mass murderers like Martin Bryantt?!

Martin Bryant was framed, don’t you know!

(JC is a big enough personality that he could roll into something else, or even start his own venture, without any problems. He should be free of the civil servant wet blankets!)

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