I thought I was seeing things when Cameron appeared on BBC News supporting Jeremy Clarkson, saying how much his children would miss him if he had to leave Top Gear as a result of “the incident”, writes Glynis Millward.
Obviously I was not present when “the incident” took place, but it is reported that Clarkson assaulted a producer because no food was available…
Imagine for a moment, if you will, being in your place of work and a colleague assaults you. The police would be called… your colleauge would be subject to the conduct and discipline procedures of the organisation. They would be suspended and may possibly lose their job.
Yet CaMORON seems to think there is nothing wrong with going on TV and supporting someone who thinks it is perfectly OK to punch another person.
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