'The Stig' delivers Jeremy Clarkson petition to the BBC... in a tank

'The Stig' delivers Jeremy Clarkson petition to the BBC… in a tank

'The Stig' delivers Jeremy Clarkson petition to the BBC... in a tank

‘The Stig’ has delivered a petition with nearly one million signatures to the BBC in a bid to get Clarkson reinstated following his ‘fracas’ with a producer.

Someone dressed as Top Gear’s tame racing driver caused scenes in London today by posing on top of a moving tank, as it took to the streets of Central London.

At the time of writing, the petition, set up by political blogger Guido Fawkes, is just over 8,000 signatures short of the one million mark.

It comes after Clarkson reportedly alleged that he’d been sacked, and told his charity gala audience that Top Gear used to be great, but ‘bosses had f***** it up’.

The BBC is refusing to confirm rumours that Clarkson has been sacked, saying BBC Scotland head Ken MacQuarrie is considering the evidence and a verdict will be reported next week.

Previous Stigs, Ben Collins and Perry McCarthy have both spoken out this week, disagreeing about whether Top Gear needs Clarkson.

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162 replies
  1. Bobby Bellew
    Bobby Bellew says:

    I know he’s kind of a jackass, but he really does make the show better. And I would hate to lose this show (even if I have to torrent it here in the US).

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  2. Anthony Evans
    Anthony Evans says:

    Sorry I like all 3 of them but violence at the work place and racism should NOT be tolerated. I dont support violence and racism at work. He needs to take some anger management classes and be told to apologize if they let him back in.

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    • Chase
      Chase says:

      An apology from him won’t solve anything. If him punching someone was the only thing wrong that he did, he wouldn’t have been sacked. He knows that people like him because of these antics (obviously not punching people) so what incentive does he have to stop his racist and sexist crap?

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      • Anthony Evans
        Anthony Evans says:

        Must agree. He has gone to far and probably needs to be sacked. If he was anyone else he would have been fired and no one would care.

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      • Peter J. Cassidy
        Peter J. Cassidy says:

        He called the guy “lazy Irish” last time I check Irish is a nationality not a race. As a person with a rich Irish heritage I am not at all offended by this remark given the historical relationship between the English and the Irish. Get over yourself

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      • Rob Allen
        Rob Allen says:

        Punching someone in the workplace would result in a dismissal in probably every company in the country, why should the BBC treat its employees any differently?

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    • Alex Lambert
      Alex Lambert says:

      It isn’t racism. It’s Nationalism. He called the guy Irish, the same way he would have called him Canadian or Chinese or German. It’s the part of his gimmick where he loves England so much.
      It’s not racist. At the very worst it would be Xenophobic.

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      • Chase
        Chase says:

        He had been warned on previous occasions for being racist such as remarking about a “slanted” bridge in Asia and he was told that if he stepped out of line one more time, he would be fired.

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        • Alex Lambert
          Alex Lambert says:

          That remark was a double entendre. A joke to a friend. In that situation he was being filmed all day every day for a week. He’s going to be candid once in a while. If the remark were truly horrible I’m sure that the editors and producers would not have chosen to leave the line in. In that sense, they are all as guilty as he was.

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          • Chase
            Chase says:

            It’s still racist and I remember him making fun of Koreans while sitting with his two other presenters while discussing the news. He knew there was a good chance that part would be left in. The editors knew what he meant by talking about the bridge being “slanted” and that’s why it was put into the final footage. Yes, the editors are just as guilty as he is but it doesn’t excuse his behavior.

            As for not leaving in something that was so horrible, what about his Falkland car tag in Argentina? I’m not Argentinian nor British and I knew what he was doing when I saw that tag and you want to tell me that no one on the show figured out what he was doing? The entire crew was forced out of one province under police escort because they were afraid a riot would break out.

          • Weston
            Weston says:

            Number plates in England are quite different than in the US or Canada. So far as I know you can’t have a number plate changed because it sticks with the car. Therefore they COULD NOT have put that on the car.

            Clarkson also isn’t the one in charge. He didn’t select that car. The producers did.

          • Chris Plemons Lowery
            Chris Plemons Lowery says:

            I’ve been wondering if the same producer that got his lip busted for him was in charge of that actually.

          • bonnie peterson
            bonnie peterson says:

            In the US, you can keep your tag if you want to – for example – specialty tags belong to the owner, not the car.

          • Chase
            Chase says:

            You can change the plates for a car in the UK. You can also get personalized plates in the UK. I distinctly remember Jeremy Clarkson making fun of the British government for allowing you to change the personalized plates in such a way that you will get a fine if you’re caught. Also, when they abandoned the car in Argentina, the local police searched the Porsche and found UK plates with other insults in the car.

          • Armchair Booker
            Armchair Booker says:

            Personally I felt that whole car tag thing was a bit of a stretch to tie it to the falklands. Some folks are over sensitive, and some are ridiculous

          • Chase
            Chase says:

            The Argentinian police found some more UK plates with other insults in the Porsche after it was abandoned. If you want to complain about someone being overly sensitive, I dare you to go up to some military people involved in the US fiasco in Somalia and make fun of them for being run out of the country. Do you think that’s a good idea? Why or why not?

          • Jean Harwood
            Jean Harwood says:

            Why is everyone going on about the Argentinians again? Its over and done , more important what happens next week and if the lads are back but honestly can’t blame them if they tell the Beeb to take a hike and take the show to another channel

          • Armchair Booker
            Armchair Booker says:

            The show producers stated on the record and to the media that they, not clarkson, not the rest of the cast or crew, but the producers had purchased those vehicles with those tags already on them . Unless I’m shown proof otherwise, I am willing to give them the benefit of the doubt.

          • Peter J. Cassidy
            Peter J. Cassidy says:

            oh stfu that is not racist. You need to research the definition of racism before commenting

          • Chase
            Chase says:

            The racism I was referring to was about the “slanted” bridge. That’s a direct reference to their eyes and insults about that.

          • Leibfarce
            Leibfarce says:

            All in context and intent, boyo. Words themselves are not inherently racist unless they were created specifically to be so.

          • Spirit
            Spirit says:

            He makes fun of Americans all the time. Is that racist? I don’t see anyone bitching about that. I watch and love the show. And I’m an American. But I have a sense of humor. Unlike most of you. Go ahead and fire Clarkson. But make no mistake. That ends the most popular television show on the planet. So know exactly what it is you are doing. you are cancelling a show without precedent. Good think Monty Python isn’t being made today. The British would lose their damned minds and fire everyone day ONE.

          • Chase
            Chase says:

            I know exactly what’s going to happen if Clarkson doesn’t come back. The show will fall apart and he will host another show for Rupert Murdoch on Sky for even more money. I don’t have a problem with that.

            I have a sense of humor but I also know that he goes too far sometimes. I can take a joke such as when he made fun of how we say Jaguar compared to the “proper” way to say it or how big the “small” drink is at McDonald’s in the US. As long as both sides can share in the fun, I don’t have a problem with it. It’s when it’s obviously intended to be an insult designed in such a way that the target can’t laugh at it that I have problems with it.

          • Randy Huggins
            Randy Huggins says:

            i am an american and i love Clarkson’s realness we only watch the UK Top Gear the american version is what you would have without Clarkson LAME !

          • Alex Lambert
            Alex Lambert says:

            If you’re the type of guy to get offended by a licence plate, then this conversation is over.

        • PCD
          PCD says:

          The bridge as on a freaking slant! Jesus wept. The level of political correctness is ridiculous, why over the last 20 years people become so offended over nothing, or moddy coddle everything is beyond me! Granted there have been times where is behaviour has been questionable and indeed would be a punishable/sackable offense in other jobs, but I think everyone is going too far with the whole “p.c.” stuff.

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          • Bill Staples
            Bill Staples says:

            PC has seen a massive rise in popularity because everyone thinks they actually matter to the world, and that their opinions are important.

          • Keith James Mittan
            Keith James Mittan says:

            I consider myself very politically correct, but I do have a sense of humor and Jeremy has never offended me. The show is filled with humor and nothing said should be taken seriously

          • Bill Staples
            Bill Staples says:

            Whoa whoa whoa! That sounds like good common sense, Keith! We can’t have that on the internet, we only deal in half truths and soap boxes here! This is your warning, next time I take your internet drivers license!

          • Jean Harwood
            Jean Harwood says:

            totally agree,the nursery rhyme is catch a nigger by its toe, not catch a person of different ethnic race by his toe! How can that work??? And golliwogs were banned because they have black faces! When I was a kid there was a show on TV called the Black and White Minstral show, imagine that on the BBC in this day and age! The world has gone crazy!

          • Keith James Mittan
            Keith James Mittan says:

            I respect PC and they changed that offensive saying to “catch a tiger by the toe” which works much better, but the show is filled with humor and nothing said should be taken seriously

        • tanksoldier
          tanksoldier says:

          People who LOOK for reasons to be offended will FIND reasons to be offended, whether they actually exist or not.

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          • Randy Huggins
            Randy Huggins says:

            damn right and these pathetic always pissed over something types need to just shut the hell up

        • Mike
          Mike says:

          If you’re going to condemn someone, perhaps you should get your facts right first because you have no idea what he said, He didn’t say the bridge was ‘slanted’, He said it ‘had a slope on it’. Which isn’t even a racial term in the UK. It was a term used by Aussie and US troops in Korea referring to N. Korean troops 65 years ago.That line made it on the air because no one at the BBC saw it as an insult to anyone. The BBC received exactly one complaint. From an Indian woman who said she was offended.

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        • Carla
          Carla says:

          It was ‘slope’ a racist term I had absolutely NEVER heard of, the bridge WAS sloped, end of. I swear the BBC invented it as a racist word just to get rid of Jezza. Further proof it isn’t a racist comment? That no-one actually knows the word, in all the replies, no-one knows.

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      • Keith James Mittan
        Keith James Mittan says:

        Yes I know, I consider myself very politically correct, but I do have a sense of humor and Jeremy has never offended me in any way. The show is filled with humor and I don’t take any of it seriously

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      • Paul
        Paul says:

        Yeah, wouldn’t want lack of being interesting get in the way of GBH. Anyway, Clarkson is the epitome of boring; a bloke who likes cars (nothing wrong with that) but hardly breaking the mould

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    • Keith James Mittan
      Keith James Mittan says:

      you know, I consider myself very politically correct, but I do have a sense of humor and Jeremy has never offended me

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  3. SmilodonsRetreat
    SmilodonsRetreat says:

    The show had been getting worse, but I have to admit that this season (so far) is one of the few I’ve actually laughed at in a long time. And the guest stars have been impressive too.

    I’ll be OK with what the BBC does though. It’s there call. I’d like to see the real Top Gear (not the American version) with some fresh faces and different ideas on cars.

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  4. SaNagbaImuru
    SaNagbaImuru says:

    Top Gear and its team of laddish presenters thrive on puerile stuff that reflects the dream world of sexually frustrated public schoolboys. Driving round mock supermarkets trashing food, playing silly pranks on the Argies, and paying them vastly inflated salaries in the process. It belongs on Dave not the BBC. Let’s get some good women presenters in the line-up, the sort who don’t turn up for work 2 hours late and drunk as a skunk. Oh, and Clarkson said some very mean things about Manchester. That’s enough to kick him out IMHO.

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    • Coma Tose
      Coma Tose says:

      Were you born with a stick up your ass, or was it implanted?

      No one…and I mean, no one…would watch Top Gear with women presenters. Besides, the lap times would have to be marked with how many other cars they hit on the way around the track.

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      • SaNagbaImuru
        SaNagbaImuru says:

        Were you born with a dick on your head, or was it transplanted? Probably the best place for the organ you do your thinking with.

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        • Coma Tose
          Coma Tose says:

          I think you might have been born with a dick in your mouth, since I paid your mom 25 cents a day to fuck her in the ass while she was pregnant with you. And if you don’t get it, I’m implying that you are a turd.

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          • SaNagbaImuru
            SaNagbaImuru says:

            As if I care one iota what you think.
            P.S. “iota” is a word of Greek origin commonly used to indicate a minuscule or negligible quantity of something, such as brain cells.

    • mr smith
      mr smith says:

      they got women its fith gear an its shit im not sexist or racist he is an artist as is a footballer a car racer a painter by that i mean he is extremely tallented at wat he does people say if he was any one else he wouldnt get away with it jimmy savvil is all im sayin an wat about the polititions that touch kids or the footballers that rape people he does walk the line ocasionally but thats wat sets him apart from the other sh%t thats on tv i mean cone on theres whole shows based on filming people watching garbage on tv an people have got the ordasity to complane about clarkson i know way condone racism but give me a brake we need some form of free speach or the totalitarian state that so many people fear is allready upon us we as a socitey let bankers polititions an the super rich litteray and figuratily sh%t on us from a great height and never question the at best illegal antics yet judge clarkson and say hes a bad man because this is how we have been conditioned to think to make villans of any one as long as its not the rite people the same way socity blames imigrants for taking our money thats ridiculous its the people in charge that offer people money and agood life if they leave a war torn country all the peop[le that have a problem with it would do the same in there shoes i dare anyone to say they wouldnt but again were contidioned to blame the forriners not the people in charge an by that im in no way reffering to the clowns that are the polical party leaders IMHO

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      • Erik Stehlar
        Erik Stehlar says:

        While I agree with what you said (for the most part), you may want to revise your spelling and grammar. That was almost as hard to read as ancient Egyptian. Not trying to be the English police (language-wise), but hot damn. You have good points, do yourself a favour and be heard by being legible. Have a lovely day!

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        • mr smith
          mr smith says:

          thankyou for that i accept my flaws in grammar and spelling but coming from a generation who spell mate m8 due to sms beeing a limited amount of characters at one point i don’t think i did too bad but i did just write it off the cuff i know i could use spell check but i have it switched off on the iphone as if i had it on every other word would be one dreamt up by apple and don’t type at all or write very much as my job doesn’t call for it i just talk a lot and guess i forgot necessity for correct grammar when typing not talking and i apologise hope this is a touch better spelt correct at least i think

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  5. Dean Shaw
    Dean Shaw says:

    i believe if it were not for clarkson the show would be in the shitter even if it continued i wouldn’t watch it he brings life to it people need to grow the F**k up especially that weak ass producer and accept the fact he’s good at what he does and that’s bringing in the viewers

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  6. Brent Bollmeier
    Brent Bollmeier says:

    Some say he signed the online petition 100 times with the name “Piers Morgan”…. and that in that vehicle he could still do a lap ’round our track faster than James May.

    All we know is…. He’s called The Stig.

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  7. Robb49
    Robb49 says:

    If a physical altercation took place, the authorities should have been called to take care of it through the established legal procedure. Because the BBC chose to be judge, jury and executioner, they have put themselves in a no win situation. Ultimately, a decision will have to be made that least impacts the BBC’s finances. Should be interesting to see how they spin this.

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  8. Vicky Upton
    Vicky Upton says:

    Reinstate Clarkson. Top Gear can not survive without the 3 presenters, the chemistry they have works well for the show. I say the Irish producer should be removed from the show, as he failed to do his job properly. If after working for numerous hours and you turn up at the Hotel to find that he had failed to arrange for a hot meal for the crew of the programme, I know I would’ve reacted in the same way.

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    • Keith James Mittan
      Keith James Mittan says:

      hey now, they shouldn’t be pre-madonnas but they do have a great chemistery. I say the producer should suck it up and accept he is a necessary part of the show

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      • David Kerscher
        David Kerscher says:

        “pre-madonnas”?? LOL!!!

        It’s “prima donna” – the star singer from an opera company. In other words, a diva.

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        • Keith James Mittan
          Keith James Mittan says:

          thanks for pointing that out, everyone enjoys being made fun of and I don’t even know if you missed the point, agreed or disagreed with the point

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    • Eve
      Eve says:

      You would’ve hurled racist slurs for two hours and decked a man in the face? Jesus Christ, someone pass this lady a sedative, if not for herself then for her child!

      By the way, Jeremy’s known for his above-the-law swagger around the Beeb. Don’t think he’s got the popular vote there after he marched through a picket line of low-paid staff waving his expensive coffee while wailing ‘They should all be shot’. Good riddance.

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      • Vicky Upton
        Vicky Upton says:

        Yes Eve I would’ve reacted the same way. This PC crap has gone way to far. All Jeremy called him was an Irish whatever is not Racist as far as I am concerned, otherwise we wouldn’t have an English Rugby/Football/Cricket team or an Irish Rugby/Football team, are you getting the picture yet!!!!Oh an I’m damn sure that it didn’t go on for 2 hours either. I do not need a sedative, and neither do my grown up children, who were brought up the way I was, as All are equal no matter what colour/race or disabilities, but to know when and where to stick up for yourself or others if it isn’t right. So please Miss do not tar myself or my children for having an opinion, that doesn’t agree with yours.

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        • Keith James Mittan
          Keith James Mittan says:

          no Vicky, I’ve heard opinions are like assholes, everyone has one. I consider myself very politically correct, but I do have a sense of humor and Jeremy has never offended me

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      • Keith James Mittan
        Keith James Mittan says:

        you know, I consider myself very politically correct, but I do have a sense of humor and Jeremy has never offended me

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    • Jean Harwood
      Jean Harwood says:

      As I understand it, the filming ran over by 2 hours and the Hotel were not told they would be late so they let the Chef go home so only cold food was on offer.Who didn’t have the nouse to phone the hotel and tell them? Must have been the Producer that Jeremy had the argument with. No excuse he has been with the Top Gear team for 6 years, simple he didn’t do his job, was taken to task over it by Jezza who was undoubtedly tired and hungry! Because Jeremy is so high profile it all blows up. Sack the twerp that didn’t do his job and let Jeremy and the lads get on with their jobs

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      • Keith James Mittan
        Keith James Mittan says:

        agreed, even if he was a little bit of a diva, he is after all an actor, what can you expect? I say the producer should suck it up and bring him back. I guess it depends on who has the bigger ego

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  9. Andrew Heisler
    Andrew Heisler says:

    So he can just drive a tank down the street? I dont live in london, but I don’t thing that would be allowed.

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  10. Jimi Norman
    Jimi Norman says:

    The show is boring, the presenters are arrogant and opinionated, in particular Clarkson. Time to move on and concern ourselves with something important.

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  11. pdisme
    pdisme says:

    Why not hire Tiff from 5th Gear? At least he actually knows how to drive. Top Gear is three guys great at tire spin and drifting.

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  12. Chris O'Neill
    Chris O'Neill says:

    Who cares there is more important things going on in this country, stuff Jeremy Clarkson, over paid tory snob

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  13. Chris O'Neill
    Chris O'Neill says:

    I just cant understand the fuss around this guy ,he is over paid , very arrogant , and rude.If this one of us we would be fired a long time ago ,plus he is a tory so enough said

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  14. Troy Proctor
    Troy Proctor says:

    Its completely ridiculous to be honest, although I agree that Top Gear would die without him, that does not mean that a foul mouthed middle aged fat guy with a bad attitude can dictate policy to the BBC.

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    • Spirit
      Spirit says:

      His foul mouth and attitude are what made the show GREAT. So fine, the BBC ends Top Gear. The most watched show on the PLANET EARTH. Because Clarkson was being Clarkson. Brilliant. They want a prim and proper presenter…. because 20 people might tune in to see a prim and proper presenter drone on about cars. The goal of the BBC seems to be to have the least amount of viewership. They fire Clarkson they will succeed. The day he’s fired is the day I quit watching.

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      • Feisty Feline
        Feisty Feline says:

        Like the letters he reads where people write in and bitch about them not featuring “normal” cars. People can fuck off and watch Fifth Gear if they want that!

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    • Brian Tolson
      Brian Tolson says:

      Well it kind of does. Clarkson, along with Hammond and Mays, bring in mid 9 digits to the BBC every year. That is $*00,000,000. I have read reports that the figure is between $350,000,000 and $500,000,000 per year. That is half a billion dollars (or pounds or quid, which ever you prefer). They should let Clarkson bang hookers and own slaves for that kind of cash cow!

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  15. Deborah Holt
    Deborah Holt says:

    Just wish people would put a similar effort into saving the NHS which is being sold off; some publicly, and a lot more sneakily to organisations that MP’s happen to have a vested financial interest in, or showing a little bit of outrage at the lack of care for the elderly and vulnerable within our communities, or even take a minute to think about children who are being abused and groomed and sexually exploited and animals that experience a living hell at the hands of “human beings”. Jeremy Clarkson, who may or may not have perpetrated the act of utter ignorance and arrogance for which he is accused, can carry on living the high life on his handshake from the television company – he will not suffer any hardship and will earn millions from this little debacle. For god’s sake amass a million signatures for a worthy cause. Jeremy Clarkson must be laughing all the way to the bank – and the cynic in me thinks it’s merely a publicity stunt anyway. But well done on the nearly one million signatures, good effort, but misplaced sympathy (unless you are part of the hype; in which case you should maybe run for Parliament – or maybe you’re already involved – a little issue to keep the masses diverted from what’s really going wrong in the country)

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  16. Randy Huggins
    Randy Huggins says:

    some say ( most all of us )Clarkson should be brought back immediately the rest of you whining wankers need to grow up or just shut up

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  17. Keith James Mittan
    Keith James Mittan says:

    Jeremy Clarkson is my favorite character on the show. I’m American so maybe I don’t count? I watch every episode once (I refuse to watch re-runs)

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  18. beefbeef
    beefbeef says:

    Some say that he thought the eclipse was caused by Clarkson, and the petition would make the Sun come back.. All we know is he is called The Stig.

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  19. john butterworth
    john butterworth says:

    hello,i am not keen on mr Clarkson.he thinks he is untouchable,so no,dont bring him back.lets have a women on top gear

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  20. Alex Haworth
    Alex Haworth says:

    What are you going to do BBC? Sack Clarkson? No, 350 million viewers are too important to you, so stop your whining like little bitches and put Top Gear back on the box. Alternatively I’m sure Channel 4 would love to get their little mitts on the show, TG with adverts anyone?

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  21. Rob Channel
    Rob Channel says:

    I signed the petition three times, each time with a comment stating that anyone supporting Clarkson is an idiot. So while nearly one million signatures is impressive, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s been signed by nearly one million people – or even that they all support him.

    Not that Guido Fawkes will be bothered about that. He’s too busy sucking up to plutocrats and salad dodging.

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  22. shaunli
    shaunli says:

    So the majority of people who are backing Clarkson to be reinstated back a man punching someone in the face over a lack of a hot meal. How many of you would go in work tomorrow and punch your boss in the face over something so stupid and expect to keep your job, how many will try it. I guarantee there’s a high chance you would all get the sack. What you are telling the next generation of people who will end up watching the show is its ok to punch someone in the face at work especially when you get paid £4m per year. Somehow don’t think that’s quite right.

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  23. Ben Cummins
    Ben Cummins says:

    You heard it. At least one million people in the UK think that if you are enough of an entertainer, you get a free pass for punching other people in the face. Please spread the word that these one million people are quite happy for you to punch them in the face full pelt so long as you’re a bit cheeky, a bit funny and a bit racist.

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  24. audrey ward
    audrey ward says:

    why is Jeremy Clarkson so special that there is a frenzy to reinstate him if he assaulted someone then he should not return to the programme no one is above the law not even him

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  25. The Dark Days Incarnate
    The Dark Days Incarnate says:

    He Punched a a guy at work, If I punched a guy at work I would be sacked I work in the real world, Clarkson works in the distant fairytale world of the rich and influencal where its one rule for us the poor and another for the rich! Sack him and get Alan Partridge to replace him.

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  26. TJ
    TJ says:

    The appalling politically correct, left wing, biased, propaganda that is the BBC needs at least one real person on board (even if he is a bit of an idiot)

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  27. Libby
    Libby says:

    He assaulted a producer. In any other job he would be sacked. By reinstating him, what we’re essentially saying is “assault is bad… unless you’re a TV personality. Then it’s fine.” It’s not as though we’re debating whether the assault happened, this petition wants to bring him back regardless. If the BBC had any decency they’d sack him, just like he would be sacked in any other job.

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  28. Jamies
    Jamies says:

    No they need new Presenters Clarkson. May and Hammond they think they are above it all It was a good Programme but the three of them have got to big headed If you want to keep people watching when they think they can do what do and say what like and the Producer is always in charge of the programme

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