It has been claimed that Jeremy Clarkson’s suspension from Top Gear was due to him punching a producer in a row over catering while filming on location.
If Clarkson were an employee and the case upheld, the BBC will have little choice but to sack him, as it was made clear to him last year that he was on a final warning after a racism row after claims that he used an offensive word during filming.
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