December 2nd, 2011

Genius Clarkson Laughing All the Way to the Bank


283 Comments

  1. 1
    Shocked of Sheen says:

    Good luck to him

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      misterned says:

      Typical of the left to deceitfully only take one half of the two part answer that Jeremy gave on the one show about the strikes, then choose to get outraged by it and demand an independent non-left wing voice be silenced.

      It clearly demonstrates the innate dishonesty of the left wing mind-set combined with their lack of sense of humour and their innate totalitarian tendencies alongside their innate hypocrisy too, because they cheer whenever one of them calls for Thatcher to be executed.

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      • 20
        Thick as pig shit voter from Cowdenbeath says:

        Cant stand Clarkson but he has gone up in my opinion now………

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        • 67
          Anonymous says:

          Clarkson will laughing all the way to his mate Dave’s house. Both of them with Osborne and Brooks could have a good laugh about their ideas of dealing with the poor.

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

            Your right, Dave and George have taken away my chance of my dream job, after the statement other day i will no longer have the chance to become a diverstiy co-ordinator

            Viva la revolution!!!!

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          • Rage Against the Political Elite says:

            Clarkson thought Thatcher new what she was doing, Shows how much of a MUG he is.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Billy, wait till Dave let Turkey in.

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          • Anonymous Misogynist says:

            @Billy….

            Viva La Vida….

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          • David Prentis should be shot in front of his family, on Christmas Day says:

            “The poor”?

            You mean the public servants on 5% higher salaries than private sector workers? The public sector workers with the gilt-edged pension funds? The gilt-edged pension funds that are provided by the private sector workers, who earn 5% less?

            That “poor”?

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          • Rage Against the Political Elite says:

            Its all apart of the Corrupted Policies and Laws that the Low life Fraudster class have forced on the economy and broken the system of risk and reward. Meritocracy. Life and everything.

            Energy Theft Policy.
            Health and Safety Madness.
            Immigration policy, filling the country to the rafters.
            Public Sector Payments to the Chief executives paying themselves hundreds of thousands for being totally useless sh-t houses.
            Transport Policy.
            Criminal Justice system.
            Phoney Drug War.

            Phoney War in Afghanistan.

            The Political Class have broken everything

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          • CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

            Anonymong, they say a person is judged by the company he keeps. I think I’d prefer Clarkson as a mate than those of Blair and Brown : The Gaddafi family, various eastern European despots (Kazakhstan etc.) Whelan, Draper, Campbell, Watson, McBride, Mandelson, the gold-digging Kinnock family, ad nauseum.

            When you look at that little lot, I think Clarkson is the least of Wavey Davey’s worries.

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          • Nemo says:

            Rage Against the Political Elite, have you not thought about this war on drugs might be to keep the price of snow, weed & h high, they do not want the the man on the Clappedout omnibus to be able to buy it, most of the Liebore & Cons leadership tried it at “uni” can not think why, is that why the country is in the mess it is in

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          • Nemo says:

            OK tried but did not inhale, if you believe that ………

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          • Anonymous says:

            Clarkson – Like Unison only funnier:

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          • M says:

            You know that feeling you get in your stomach when post comments like the one above.
            Thats the growing ulcer of hypocrisy

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        • 74
          Diversity coordinator says:

          Indeed, and I also want to see the unions executed now.

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          • Aunt Mat says:

            That’s not nice either.

            Isn’t it time Clarkson retired and let a younger person do the job.

            There’s a long queue of people who would do it better/cheaper

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          • Nemo says:

            S M Plenty of people could play the part of a plonker but not everyone has the gift of self publicity like Clarkson and that other one B’Liar

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        Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

        Great comment from Littlejohn this morning along the lines of:

        “For the record I don’t agree with Clarkson – I think they should be hung, drawn and quartered”.

        It’s been a pleasure watching the left-wing chatterati get there knickers in a twist about this. They really do need to get a sense of humour.

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        jgm2 says:

        Indeed.

        They’ve spent 25 years swooning in faux indignation over The Sainted Thatcher’s ‘There is no such thing as society’ whereas when you read the entire passage it makes complete sense in its context.

        But no.

        They’re not interested. Just a stick to beat Fatch and the T*ries with.

        Same with the ‘Nasty Party’ quote that they just love handing out.

        The T*ries have only themselves to blame though. Liam Byrne leaves a mocking ‘Sorry, there’s no money left’ letter and they just let it slide. The poison dwarf calls her own leadership ‘wicked and malicious’ and yet we hear no mention.

        The combination of the two ‘A wicked and malicious Labour party that quite literally spent all the money and mocked the entire nation about having done so..’ should be sho-horned into every single T*ry sp*ee*ch.

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        • 63
          misterned says:

          +1

          Agree completely.

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        • 71
          Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

          Yep I’m with that as well.

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        • 75
          Selohesra says:

          Try explaining that to my father-in-law – he refuses to believe it even when you e-mail him text of the speach – he’d rather believe the BBC/lefty comedians/Guardian to frame his politics

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          Archer Karcher says:

          “‘A wicked and malicious Labour party that quite literally spent all the money and mocked the entire nation about having done so..’ should be sho-horned into every single T*ry sp*ee*ch.”

          Which would have resonated if the tories had not decided to piss money away all around the third world, into the ever deeper EU money pit, the IMF bailout plan, or on horrifically expensive vanity projects such as high speed train lines.
          At a stroke they cre*ated a rod for their backs that the looting party and it’s PR agency, the BBC, gleefully exploited.
          If they had been fiscally responsible and said spending must be curbed as there is no extra at the moment for any of these things, people would have been more inclined to go along with the cuts mantra.

          Inste*ad they went into full idiot mode, urging people to ‘feel proud’ about DfID spending, ‘helping neighbours’ with billions of taxpayers pounds, throwing billions at same neighbours ‘burning houses’ and pissing away billions more on a ‘big bazooka’ for those very same profligate neighbours.

          All at a time of rising unemployment, job insecurity, pension cuts, rising fuel poverty and real hardship here at home.
          Honestly, if there were a prize for arrant stupidity, Cameron & Co would win a diamond encrusted, solid gold one.

          We replaced to looters with idiots it seems.

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        • 282
          Jo Bloggs says:

          Have you ever met a Lesbian with a sense of humour?

          OK Sandi Tosvig

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      • 111
        Sandalista says:

        Had Clarkson made the suggestion that the bankers should be taken out and shot I think the lefties would have been quite happy to let the comment pass.

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        • 257
          Ollie says:

          Not sure of your point caller.
          I think a few bankers etc wouldnt have been quite so happy etc etc Zzzzz

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      • 242
        The Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury says:

        Well said ministered, SKY news let the cat out the bag last night when they EVENTUALLY broadcast what he said BEFORE the line about shooting the strikers. He was making a joke about BBC impartiality and made TWO statements about the strikers the first of which was how wonderful etc etc they were where as on the other hand….
        Any fucker who has spent the past few days calling for his head is either a thick c unt or an opportunistic thick c unt.
        Millibands condemnation is laughable as the stuttering idiot prefaced it by saying he hadnt even heard it. What a useless tosser.

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    • 78
      Terry Thomas says:

      How long are the legs on the totty on the front page of the Star? DING DONG.

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    • 95
      Billy Goat says:

      The only way he could have got more publicity would have been to upset lord Justice Leveson.

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    • 107
      AC1 says:

      Did Red Ken apologise?

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    • 161
      Ryan says:

      Another Orwellian attempt to prevent freedom of speech.

      Man makes weak joke about strikers and left-wing seeks to have his career ended. Result is now that nobody would dream of saying anything even slightly negative about strikers. However, you can say what you like about Margaret Thatcher.

      Does anybody fancy printing some “shoot the strikers!” car stickers. It’s time we stood up for the principles of free speech because quite seriously if we don’t start standing up for ourselves our freedoms are gradually going to be eroded over time until we have none left. These people are picking off the easier targets first but every time they are moving the boundaries always in the direction they want the to be moved.

      This isn’t a party political thing. It should matter to everybody.

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    • 240
      Ampers says:

      Clarkson was banking on the fact that the left are totally devoid of humour.

      And their faces reflect this as they get older and disillusioned in life – I cite Glenda Jackson as an example.

      Is it true that, in a cabinet meeting, Cameron has told his cabinet to be gentle with Milliband, at least until just before the next general election and that he (Cameron) would keep any major attacks to PMQs as few watch that.

      Milliband and Balls. These will keep labour out of control for years to come.

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      • 249
        Shade says:

        Remember Sunday Bloody Sunday – “here come those tired old tits again”. I thought that summed Glenda up perfectly – and that must have been 30 years ago!

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          The left make satire illegal says:

          So are you sayin that the paras opened fire because Glenda flashed her tits ?

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  2. 2
    Simon Harley says:

    Good publicity, until some unionised nutjob decides to shoot him. Hopefully it won’t happen, of course …

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    • 43
      Nu Attack Dog says:

      come the revolution comrades Clarkson will be one of the first into the Gulag for “re-education” and processing into soap.

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      BillyBob... says:

      A leg end in his own lunch time, very funny to see the lefties squealing in a pretense of outrage. :)

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    • 215
      Ryan says:

      They don’t shoot people. They just drop blocks of concrete through your car windscreen as you drive along the motorway.

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      • 277
        I remember the thuggery of the miners strike says:

        And then moan like fuck when those responsible get sent to prison

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  3. 3
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I dont agree with what Clarkson said but he should have the right to say it.

    Think, this weeek Guido has been silenced twice, then the tram woman banged for expressing views that the state does not tolorate.

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    MrAngry61 says:

    Clarkson’s got previous re publicity to coincide with his projects. Specifically when he borrowed a Lightning interceptor jet & stuck it in his front garden, then claimed to the local planning department that it was a jet powered leaf blower. Who tipped them off if not him?

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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      misterned says:

      He has said sorry.

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      • 47
        Great Granddad says:

        He had nothing to be sorry about.

        He is probably Britain’s best television comedian for more than thirty years and he had the audacity to crack a joke! Not a great one but one that fell on millions of sympathetic ears. Why does he sell so well around the world? Because he amuses us in a hair brained sort of way and because his is the most prominent anti P.C. out speak stance of any entertainer. May his DVD’s sell very well..

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        • 97
          Anonymous says:

          He also sells well because he strikes a chord with a large chunk of the population. He’s closer to most of us in mindset than the over-privileged champagne socialists who infest the Establishment will ever be.

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      • 60
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        that wasn’t an apology, it was a declaration of war – and bloody good luck to him.

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        • 247
          The Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury says:

          Has Jeremy Hardy got a DVD out this xmas, NO has he fuck cause nobody would buy it the useless extremist that he is. Fucking sneering rubbish.

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  6. 6
    Chin Chin says:

    Poor lefties, record numbers watch ‘faux news’ and record numbers watch top gear with it being a main bread and butter winner for the BBC as well LOL.

    Just imagine is Sky managed to poach them, The Beeb already losing F1, no Prem league footy, no great movie selection and here the left wing might force out Top Gear if they are not careful.

    Everyone has already got less and less reasons to watch the BBC as the days go by and I doubt they can survive on re-runs of Frozen Planet for decades to come.

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      JH says:

      Particularly episode 7 next week, of which the climate change zealots got to write the script. An hour of polar bears looking sad, followed by shrill demands for more other peoples money.

      The US networks only wanted to buy the first 6 episodes for this reason. Ha!

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        misterned says:

        I have really enjoyed the accurate and informative first six parts. I will not watch the grossly disproportionate and inaccurate polemic at the end. I have lost respect for David Attenborough since he bought into the man-made climate change con.

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        • 28
          Chin Chin says:

          People do the strangest things near the end of their lives, like life long ardent atheists finding God on the deathbed and other peculiarities.

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        • 66
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          I lost respect for Attenborough when he was part of the sacking of David Bellamy, whose views on the CAGW scam were not politically correct.

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          • Archer Karcher says:

            Attenborough is also a supporter of some Eugenics movement who want mass de-population of the world. How they intend that should be done, they are more than a little vague on publicly.

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          • Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

            The usual way of the left is either starvation (Mao) or having hundreds of thousands shot (Stalin and Pol Pot)

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        • 129
          he's the man says:

          Bring back David Bellemy.

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          smoggie says:

          David Bellamy went up in my estimation when he started bollocking the Norwegians for their British acid rain is killing the fish in our lakes scam.

          Attenborough probably marked his card there and then.

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      misterned says:

      If SKY or ITV got TopGear, then there would be nothing else left to watch on the BBC at all. F1 on Sky, Spooks ended and if TopGear moved, I would be delighted!

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  7. 8
    anon says:

    He gave 2 accounts of the day.It was satire FFS,they,ll be banning shakspeare next.

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  8. 10
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Did anyone see that tvvat from the GMB Union on BBC Breakfast.

    what a plank he made of himself, showed himself for what he and his kind are, bitter, dual standard, humourless, miserable, begrudging, sponging, lying bastards.

    well done Clarkson. More truth is needed.

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  9. 12
    Paul From Up North says:

    Not exactly what I would have said, but taken in context was obviously far from being serious….. Clarkson is a British (Yorkshire) export that at least makes money… Keep up the good work old chap and long may you make a positive contribution to the British economy through your taxes, our balance of payments through your exports, and the general feeling of wellbeing you create within so many of us!

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  10. 13
    Do They Get It? says:

    Surely they’re just taking the p*ss now?

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      MrAngry61 says:

      “On 1 Jan 2012 Europe will celebrate the first 10 years of the Euro banknotes and coins…”

      Only if the Eurozone lasts that long – and most peoples’ experience of the introduction of the Euro was inflation caused by price hikes hidden in the repricing.

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    • 38
      Canary Wharf Rat says:

      Strange, no-one bleeted about the cost of introductiion of the Euro but the re-introduction of Sovereign currencies is going to lead to armageddon. Clarkson was wrong..It’s these F****** that need shooting!

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  11. 15
    Jon says:

    Chukout Obama last night on QT – ‘what talent does he have’…managed to look elitist, ignorant and out of touch all at the same time…that’s a talent

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    • 23
      Trinny says:

      Quite an amazing performance. He managed to achieve the impossible – proved there is someone in opposition who is more unlikaable, obnoxious and unpleasant than Ed Balls. Congratulations son.

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      • 35
        Chin Chin says:

        Well Chucky not everyone can nearly fail their ‘law’ degree if you can even call the watered down version Chucky took a proper ‘law’ degree anyway.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    So Clarkson jokes about shooting strikers (no, not you Carlos) and its all over media but when union boss calls members who cross picket lines “Scabs” its ok because the person was tired and had a long day?

    O/T

    Guido, Sir, When young Neo returns from his week long jolly in Russia (i mean giving a presentation), could you remind him or investigate your self the caption contest of 2 weeks ago (bottle of something on offer as a prize) , No winner has been revealed yet.

    If you could look into it i would be grateful.

    *i know i didnt win it.

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    • 76
      Anonymous says:

      ‘tired and had a long day’

      …and to think he hadn’t even done a day’s work: he’d been on strike!

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  13. 19
    Spank Sinatra says:

    Which is more offensive in the current situation? Clarkson’s strike banter or this:-

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/8929783/John-Bercows-coat-of-arms-cost-more-than-we-thought.html

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    • 30
      Thick as pig shit voter from Cowdenbeath says:

      I find dark alley sally more offensive…………….

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    • 32
      MrAngry61 says:

      One extra bill of £5,400 was for the patent and design of the coat of arms by the College of Arms, while an additional charge of £1,600 was for “preparation of the panelled area for the coat of arms to be displayed”, a spokesman for the Speaker said.

      The “error” arose because the extra costs “came from other budgets”.

      If Bercow was shuffling costs then he was trying to game the system at best, or conceal the total cost at worst.

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      • 133
        Heraldicus says:

        One of the gripes over the centuries is that various individuals ennobled or otherwise honoured by a grateful nation had to pay for their own Grant of Arms. It seems that Bercow is unique in pushing that cost onto the taxpayer.

        One of the quirks of English heraldry, as opposed to Scottish heraldry, is that the motto is not neccesarily part of the Grant of Arms. It is depicted in the Letters Patent but not described in the official blazon. Thus it could be changed on a daily basis if the armiger so wished. The upshot is that Bercows childen are only “lumbered” with the shield and crest but not the motto.

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    • 174
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      Nice to see we are all “tightening our belts” as Gutless Dave told us to , personally i would like top tighten mine around the scrawny of him and his fucking slapper wife !

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  14. 20
    They don't like it up 'em says:

    ‘Twas a great Wind-Up delivered with absolute pinpoint precision.

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  15. 24
    Steve Miliband says:

    Clarkson was on a ‘light entertainment’ programme – why did they feel it necessary to ask him a political question?
    All parties involved were complicit in generating a bit of advertising

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    • 281
      Norris Stampton says:

      The same stupid show that left of field asked Cameron how he slept nights. It’s a politically correct piece of inanity the BBC put our weekdays. Utter left wing cosy nonsense.

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    Mrs Crewe says:

    Just seen a GMB rep on BBC breakfast being bigoted what a surprise! Main complaint about Jemery Clarkson was that the man is rich ergo he shouldn’t be allowed to hold opinion. Funny they never seemed to mind Arthur Skargill’s vast personal wealth

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    • 39
      Chin Chin says:

      Or the fact most of them are on 100k+ themselves!

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    • 50
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      Talk about biting the hand that feeds you….! Clarkson brings a large proportion of money in to the BBC and there are plenty of other TV stations in the world who would probably jump at the chance to employ him.

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      • 55
        Mrs Crewe says:

        If he goes he would take the Top Gear money spinner with him and I bet Captain Slow and the Hamster would go with. I am really fed up with the BBC being the mouth piece of the soppy left

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        • 189
          Ryan says:

          Captain Slow would definitely go with him. James May has already made it clear in interviews he hates the PC brigade at the BBC.

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      • 160
        Anonymous says:

        The BBC aren’t biting the hand that feeds them. They have no intention, and never have had any intention, of getting rid of Clarkson. Remember the BBC gets a slice of the DVD earnings as well. All publicity and all that….

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    Unpaid Lib Dem intern says:

    Got any paid jobs going?

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  18. 37
    Not surprised says:

    If Clarkson has been forced to apologise, will the BBC discipline all their staff who could be heard laughing off camera at the remark?

    Of course, I sincerely apologise if my remarks here have caused offence…in fact… I am offended that I’ve had to make that apology so who apologises to me? Whait…should I apologise for asking that question? What if someone was offended? Oh….wait…what if someone was offended that I asked if I’d offended myself?

    I hope no one is secretly filmimg me typing this to upolad it to You Tube and get me into trouble…then I’ll have to apologise again!

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    • 46
      Complainers R Us says:

      Complaints to Ofcom about this comment are 2,300 and counting.

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      • 48
        Mrs Crewe says:

        Yes the TUC and Labour hq have been very busy

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        • 72
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          They’ve probably got a team of postal vote collectors together, who would have all the skills needed for the job.

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          • Not surprised says:

            I sincerely apologise that others have felt the need to comment on my post and I’m sorry that you will have had to read my apology again!

            Hang on. I’m head of a National Union, involved in talks at the highest level regarding the futures of my members and their impact on the public purse and I’ve got nothing better to do than bleat about a throwaway remark (repeated ad nauseum out of context) on one of, if not THE, most light weight of TV shows by someone known for (and intoduced as having) his strong opinions!

            For fucks sake!

            Oh! Wait! I apologise if my strong language has offended anyone.

            If you are offended, see me outside later and I’ll fucking offend you again!!!

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        aleksandr says:

        ive left a complaint but supporting jeremy and pointing out it was a joke

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  19. 41
    Anonymous says:

    At last, those chickens are very nearly home now.

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  20. 42
    Jabba the Cat says:

    A nice big fat capitalist run to the bank on the back of whining socialist tax eaters?

    Totally delicious, even more so knowing when the tax eaters realise they have made a substantial contribution to JC’s free publicity.
    ;)

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    Unpaid Lib Dem intern says:

    Mike Handcock is getting first pick of the new interns.

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  22. 53
    God says:

    To Clarkson I say “Bless you my son” for you have yet again made the left wing fools look ridiculous. Their contrived faux “outrage” was predictable enough and Clarkson predicted it perfectly! The sad spectacle of Little Milliband joining in, on the obvious instructions of his union masters, was embarassing to watch, even for me – and I have seen everything! Clarkson’s dvd sale will rocket, as will viewing figure for the new series of “Top Gear” and all done for him by the unions at no cost to himself – wonderful to watch!!

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  23. 56

    By “all the way to the bank”, surely you mean “all the way to court to get a superinjunction”.

    Freedom of speech, my ass.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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      Selohesra says:

      I’m a qualified accountant – happy to help out as long as I get big annual bonus :)

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    • 121
      Guy Ropes says:

      After in tents discussion, presumably.

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    • 122
      Wendy Bendy says:

      They shouldn’t have a fffking finance committee. I thought they were from the Moral High Land. What next? The C of E having investments?

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      • 192
        Ryan says:

        Apparently they were arguing about whether to go for charitable status to re-claim their tax or go listed on the London Stock Exchange to raise more money for ambitiuous expansion plans.

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        • 225
          Rat's arse says:

          What’s happening with the idle unwashed Billy? Are they still outside St. Pauls?

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        • 227
          Rat's arse says:

          Been modded twice for Christ-knows-what, so I’ll try again……….. Billy, are the g.r.e.a.t. unwashed p.a.r.a.s.i.t.e.s. still outside St P.a.u.l.s.?? If this doesn’t get through, then I’m stuffed!

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    • 221
      Rat's arse says:

      What’s happening with those great unwashed ars*holes Billy. Are they still outside St. Pauls?

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        make my day! says:

        Remove the “s” from your last word. It is the rest you are not permitted to utter. Apparently it is somebody’s name or something..

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  25. 61
    Greg Tingey says:

    Incitement to murder is a serious crime.
    Both Clakson, and now Delingpole (Daily Telegraph) have commited this crime.

    But, since Delingpole is a serial liar, why should we take any notice of his ranting idiocies?

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    Crikey says:

    Good for Clarkson. The pre programmed, humourless, po faced left would of course fall for it, hook line and sinker. Revealing that they have only publicised one half of his comments on the strike, thereby taking his comments out of context. How unlike Ed and co. to be so deceitful.

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  27. 68
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Shortazy : told Le Frogs yesterday that he must remove national vito’s to solve the Euro zone crisis
    “Call me Spineless” of course will tell us it’s just a minor adjustment and there’s no need for a referendum
    which without it means they can force us into the Euro and every other hair brained scheme they come up with
    like the one ugly Ashton was spouting yesterday ,regarding making the EU shithole even larger by letting in the Balkan states like Serbia and Kosovo

    On which planet do these people live ?

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    One for seen elsewhere?

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      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Doh!

      It already is , many apologies Guido.

      #goestositonthenaughtystep

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    Selohesra says:

    Would love some enterprising person to make some ‘Shoot the strikers’ t-shirts – I’d wear one. Although just to be clear I do not really want to see them executed – a severe beating is quite sufficient for the first strike

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    Loungelizard. says:

    Thirteen years of Labour have created a school playground mentality where sniveling little plebs with milk monitor attitudes police everything we do or say. FFS let’s get rid of this culture before the left’s second raters do for us all.

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    MrAngry61 says:

    Jeremy Clarkson’s controversial claim that striking public sector workers deserved to be shot was reportedly cleared by the BBC before he made it on live television.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/bbc/8930218/Jeremy-Clarksons-execute-strikers-joke-was-cleared-by-BBC-producers.html

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    • 86
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Maybe it was a publicity stunt for all, clarkson, unions and the BBC?

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  32. 88
    Chucky's a smug twat says:

    Just when you thought Chucky Yomomma couldn’t get more annoying, he reached a whole new level of smugness on last night’s Question Time.

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    genghiz the kahn says:

    Should Jeremy Clarkson apologise for his comment?
    53% No. Lighten up, it was just funny banter
    47% Yes. He crossed the (picket) line

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/poll/2011/dec/01/jeremy-clarkson-apology-bbc?INTCMP=SRCH

    The Guardian writer would probably be mortified if the Noes outnumber the Ayes. But then this is the paper which thought that the Meerkat Ads were racist.

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  34. 90
    Gordon the Mong says:

    Where’s the headlines of the unions telling lies to whip up the nation and membership. Listen to the Pensions stated as £3000 for a lifetime worker. If you retire on half pay then a £20,000 40 year career average will give you £10,000 pension.

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  35. 98
    Ol' Blue Eyes says:

    I don’t know exactly what it says about this country that this is the top story in the bloody news for 2 days but it’s nothing good.

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  36. 100
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    +++++++Breaking News++++++++++

    Neo is back in the UK.

    Like

    • 228
      +++LIVE FROM THE SKYCOPTER+++ says:

      ++++++++NEWS ALERT+++++++++

      He has now loaded his dirty laundry and has selected what appears to be a 60 degree cotton-cycle with pre-wash and 1200 rpm spin.

      His boiled egg has reached it’s optimum consistency and the soldiers are cut and ready for buttering…..

      …….back to Kay in the studio.

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  37. 101
    Chuka is God says:

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    • 112
      David says:

      With shallow rich kid non entities like Chuka, Miliband and the completely discredited Ed Balls is there any wonder that Labour voters are moving over to the socialist opposition in the B_N_P?

      Like

      • 116
        Loungelizard. says:

        Until I saw Upchuka I’d no idea what Tom Waits meant by a Cue Ball Head.

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      • 145
        Twat watch (pe@ edited) says:

        You need to aplogise to Ken Chuka. It is not polite and not in the spirit of QT to research trivial facts about fellow panel members’ affairs and then ask questions about them during the programme. You are there to answer the audience’s questions and not to put your colleagues on the spot in a vain attempt to make them appe@r out of touch.

        For what it’s worth, I’m sorry that Ken did not belittle you but the truth is he is made of better stuff than you and such a move would have been beneath him.

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    • 141
      Twat watch says:

      You need to aplogise to Ken Chuka. It is not polite and not in the spirit of QT to research trivial facts about fellow panel members’ affairs and then ask questions about them during the programme. You are there to answer the audience’s questions and not to put your colleagues on the spot in a vain attempt to make them appear out of touch.

      For what it’s worth, I’m sorry that Ken did not belittle you but the truth is he is made of better stuff than you and such a move would have been beneath him.

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  38. 102
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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  40. 106
    Timmy Tour says:

    Unions in uproar about satirical comments made by Clarkson on an inconsequential BBC show.

    Yet nothing to say about what Gordon Brown did to the British economy and effectively to their members’ jobs and pensions. Where’s the perspective?

    Everyone of those thinking Clarkson was inciting hatred also believes Labour’s economic plans are viable. That’s what really worries me!

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    • 201
      Ryan says:

      Not to mention the fact that they sacked Frank Field for asking awkward questions about unfunded pensions ten years ago.

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  41. 110
    Four Eyed English Genius says:

    Nice to know that Useful Idiots are not just useful to the lefties!

    Like

  42. 119
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Oh look. Union bully boy has a blog http://bit.ly/vROcLf

    Like

    • 238
      Rat's arse says:

      What a pile of shite that blog is. Nearly lost the will to live a quarter of the way down the page!

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  43. 120

    à la mode Clarkson, should we club together and buy Johann Hari an air ticket to Switzerland and a Dignitas all-services token?

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  44. 123
    LabourNutter says:

    The guardian are now saying that the gag was pre-scripted. Watching the actual video (I wonder how many people actually have) it’s clear from Clarkson’s typically awful timing that his lines had already been written down for him.

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  45. 124
    Desperate Dan says:

    The BBC have spent the past 24 hours inciting hatred and violence towards Jeremy Clarkson.

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    • 169
      BBC Director General says:

      Nope. The BBC has spent the last 24 hours drumming up publicity for Clarkson to enable us to get our percentage of all the extra DVD sales.

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  46. 125
    old grumpy says:

    People take offence over such ironies because they WANT to. The fact is that Clarkson played to the Gallery in a similar way to full time comedians.

    We hear much worse every night in the Comedy Clubs……….. and on so-called TV Comedy Shows.

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  47. 139
    BillyBob... says:

    Looks like the union sheep have been told what to do again….
    “Complaints over Clarkson strike comments reach 21,000″

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-15999234

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    • 153
      Desperate Dan says:

      If Labour/Unions/Guardian launch orchestrated hate campaigns the BBC is always ready to dance to their tune.

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    • 156
      David Prentis should be shot in front of his family, on Christmas Day says:

      Even more publicity for Clarkson’s DVDs.

      The Left have their uses after all.

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    • 180
      Anonymous says:

      When the unions are marching through London it is not uncommon for them to have effigies of bankers or Tories hanging from a stick with a noose round their neck. And they’re not joking. They hardly hold the moral high ground.

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    • 181
      smoggie says:

      The BBC describes his jokes as “comments” as if they were deadpan views.

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      • 191
        BBC Director General says:

        Keep stoking the fire old boy, we need the money from all the DVD sales. The Tory JC is earning money for us so we can push the PC line.

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    • 204
      Ryan says:

      It doesn’t say 21, 000 people complained. Its really 21 people complaining a thousand times each.

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    • 233
      Anonymous says:

      21, 000 public sector wankstains. Irrelevant in my view. Maybe some bod can set up an e petition to have public sector no marks executed in front of their families. I’d vote for it!

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  48. 150
    Charles says:

    I don’t know what kind of behaviour Clarkson could have been indulging in to make him so arrogant and self-centred.
    Nor can I think of anything that might make people act in that manner or stimulate such an outburst.
    It’s a mystery, it really is.

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  49. 162
    old grumpy says:

    We now know that Clarkson’s comedy outburst was agreed by the BBC PRODUCERS…………. BEFORE BROADCAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ooops!

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  50. 165
    Desperate Dan says:

    I’ve listened to 5Live’s phone-in and as far as I can gather what they hate about him is that he’s rich. If he’d stayed at home and claimed benefits he would be alright but because he put his charisma to work and, by his own efforts and ingenuity, earned a lot of money he just automatically became a hate figure.

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  51. 166
    Geoffrey G Brooking says:

    The way Jeremy Clarkson put across his argument shows a typical example of the anger and frustration felt by those of us who Clarkson says “work for a living”, especially in the private sector.

    Some of the pensions currently on offer in the public sector far outweigh those of ordinary workers in the private sector and let’s not forget that before the coalition came to power these same very public sector troughers were getting decent annual pay deals too.

    Indeed, the mess in the public sector is a deliberate trap set by Labour for the new government.

    If people in the private sector have to work hard just to get any rise and at the same time meet tough productivity targets why not in the public sector too?

    They should be glad of a one per cent pay increase because given the current state of finances thanks to the mess Labour left behind and the expected fall in overall living standards thanks to the Eurozone crisis that a certain Tony Blair wanted us to be “at the heart of” they should glad at getting any increase at all.

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  52. 167
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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  53. 168
    Anonymous says:

    Merkel calls for fiscal union. Yet another deceit.

    You couldn’t have monetary union without fiscal union, it hasn’t worked.

    You can’t have fiscal union without political union, eg a United States of Europe.

    Politics is all about priorities and spending money. Politicians will be bound by the fiscal union so political union must be adopted too.

    Why won’t they say it?

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  54. 171
    Anonymous says:

    These proposed pension changes do they include MP’s and senior civil servents? We’re all in this together eh? Mr Camer on

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  55. 173
    Janet Streetwise Porter says:

    The media feeding itself on what the media has provided and creating work for those working in the media.

    Is this a blueprint for how the public sector should operate?

    Brilliant! Now if we can just find someone to pay for it all…

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  56. 179
    I don't need no doctor says:

    There was some spiteful union woman on tv last night re Clarkson. The first thing she said was that Clarkson a friend of David Cameron………..Why did she mention Cameron’s name other than for spite.
    It’s sickening to watch the union people and their puppet Miliband feigning outrage. Pathetic. Do they think people are so stupid that they cannot see through their silly little games. Grow up!

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    • 248
      Janet Streetwise Porter says:

      That for the same reason they rarely say what Clarkson said about the strikers and instead refer to what he said about the “nurses and schoolteachers”. don’t the rest of the strikers matter then?

      It’s political righteous indignation with an agenda……the thing is the public are becoming more and more alert to it and it risks backfiring.

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  57. 183
    Pilgrim Father says:

    Does this mean that we can no longer claim for our last meal on expenses?

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  58. 193
    Cameron, Osbourne and Clegg says:

    There is something wrong with your keyboard.
    PC world 5 quid.

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  59. 197
    Ah! Monika says:

    Clarkson’s ‘execute strikers’ joke was agreed with BBC producers in advance

    It has emerged producers thought it would be amusing if the Top Gear host, pictured with The One Show presenters Matt Baker and Alex Jones, offered an extreme view of the strike that was not meant to be taken seriously. The production team were aware of the contents of the joke but Mr Clarkson apparently took it one step further than they had expected when he said strikers should be shot in front of their f

    Mail online

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    • 199
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      See my point below, it was a stitch up to get back at Cameron

      Like

    • 218
      Deep Froat says:

      He’s right though. The strikers should be shot, as well as their families, puppies,cats, budgies etc. Then their houses burned down and the rubble ground into dust. I want to piss on their ashes.

      I invite Mark Serwoka and Bob Crow to leave their gay love nest for a moment to sue me for my freedom of expresion.

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    • 222

      Intelligence, counter-intelligence, counter-counter-intelligence, counter-counter-counter intelligence …

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    • 253
      Hang The Bastards says:

      If you listen to the footage again, you will hear the LOUD laughter from the BBC production team who thought it was very very funny indeed.

      Is this why there is a joint BBC / Clarkson apology ?

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  60. 198
    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Clarkson was set up by the BBC. Everything he said was cleared by the One Show. They all chat in the green room BEFORE the show starts (remember Carol Thatcher).

    The BBC were put up to this by the Guardian, the unions and the Labour party. It was a pathetic attempt to hit back at David Cameron by smearing him, you only have to look at the Labour dosser coming out of the woodwork now demanding Cameron says sorry, sorry for what?

    They we have Red Ed riding the latest bandwagon (well it beats riding Steph Flanders I guess) as only Red Ed can. Can he mentioned Milly Dowler yet?

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    • 244
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Sums up all labour and the unions have to offer, spite and hypocrisy, and no policies that would get the country going again.
      Labour has no purpose whatsoever.

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  61. 200
    AC1 says:

    Hillary Clinton’s had plastic surgery.

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  62. 203
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Loving Ian Kirby From the News of The Scum having kittens today

    …When can we expect Ian to be arrested…Scum Hole

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  63. 205
    fond memory person says:

    I seem to remember an overworked expression going something like — “Come the revolution, people like you will be hanging from trees.” Has the expression fallen into desuetude?

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  64. 206
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Good peice from Russia.

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  65. 207
    DisgustedOfTunbridgeWells says:

    “Genius Clarkson Laughing All the Way to the Bank”

    Only when some knob buys his rubbish

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  66. 211
    Engineer says:

    I think Clarkson made a mistake.

    I think he should have called for public sector Union leaders to be taken out and shot in front of their families. Then he’d have been even more popular, and made the tub-thumping economic imbeciles we are cursed with as Union mafiosos even more apoplectic with rage, which would have been even funnier.

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  67. 220
    Chris Bryant says:

    Billy come back and make me your wife.

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    • 229
      47 leather-clad Village People extras milling around Soho Square fiddling with their Bl*ckberrys says:

      He’s already taken, sweetie.

      Like

  68. 223
    Boy Mulcaster says:

    Never mind these high japes! What about the plans for the new EU Super State

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-15997784

    The Euro crisis is now driving the creation of the Federal EU State, bet Dave and his Factotum George are for signing up (without a referendum of course) as soon as they can!

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    • 232
      Engineer says:

      Even Cameron couldn’t come up with an excuse for shelving a referendum on that one. Could he?

      “Well, it’s not actually a treaty change, so we don’t need a referendum.”

      “But Prime Minister, it’s a complete tearing up of all present treaties and starting again!”

      “Quite. As I said, not a change to existing treaties at all. So no referendum”

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  69. 246
    I don't need no doctor says:

    The union leaders have one agenda, and that is to protect their own 6 figure salaries. Did Serwotka and co. lose a days pay? If the strikes fail, which they will, where does that leave the union leaders.

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  70. 251
    The Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury says:

    If Clarkson had said something like …all schoolchildren who express any doubts about Global Warming should have a bomb placed under them and detonated in front of their classmates, then that would be OK furthermore he would have a queue of celebs lining up to star in a graphic video representation of such an event.

    Like

  71. 252
    Subrosa says:

    #36 Thank you Lady Virginia.

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  72. 259
    MB. says:

    And UNISON are kicking themselves over their Own Goal which pushed their strike and pension dispute right out of the headlines.

    Like

  73. 269
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Well done to all those sanctimonious gits with their ‘caring’ voices who gave Clarkson publicity that would have cost him thousands. Sometimes I wonder why I don’t pack it in and become a Tory.

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  74. 270
    Big D says:

    Can we send Dave Prentise and all his ” members ” to Cuba ?
    Dont think they would get time off there to go Christmas jolly shopping.
    Down the workers ( public sector ones that is )

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  75. 275
    Andy Coulson's monkey says:

    Clarkson loses a big slab of possible customers for his DVD. LOL.

    Like

  76. 278
    GDS says:

    The current pension offer on the table for the “public servants” is WAY more generous than the Armed Forces Pension Scheme. These feckers should STFU and get on with their jobs. They disgust me

    Like

  77. 283
    Anonymous says:

    The hypocrisy is all the lefties who gleeefully laugh at jokes about shooting bankers or what they’d do to Baroness Thatcher. For people like them free speech only applies if you mindlessly agree with them!

    Like


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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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