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Clarkson on public sector workers' strike
Jeremy Clarkson has apologised after his controversial comments on the BBC's One Show when he suggested public sector workers should be "shot" in front of their families for their recent strike action over pensions.
He said: "I didn't for a moment intend these remarks to be taken seriously - as I believe is clear if they're seen in context. If the BBC and I have caused any offence, I'm quite happy to apologise for it alongside them."
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personally I would have him taken out and have him executed in front of his family !! But before you get in a huff and `seek urgent legal advice` Jeremy... I`m Sorry....
Then I would advise Unison to get a sense of humour... I bet the Union bosses have their pension tied up safely!
Watched the show and loved every second
Any one with an ounce of sense would not have taken what he was saying as being serious but many would agree with him
Lets not loose one of the best entertainers in the beeb
also isn't it a bit brainless for people on this forum to be insulting each other
Well done JC..............you have voiced what millions of private sector workers are thinking!
The TUC and Unions stood by and did sweet FA as private sector jobs were lost and pensions were robbed by Blair and Brown! It is obvious that the TUC only represents public sector workers now.................and as such doesn't give a toss for anybody employed in the private sector. The public sector and their unions seem to think that the financial crisis created by banks, under-regulated by Gordon Brown and the union sponsored Labour government, should be paid for by only the private sector and they should be immune from any cutbacks.................news for you in the public sector..................you are selfish and greedy and have little support from the rest of the country!
To the BBC .......shame on you apologising..............what ever happened to free speech!!!!
To the Labour party.............why shouldn't the public sector suffer like the private sector??
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