Jeremy Clarkson should be sacked for gross misconduct after appearing to use the N-word in Top Gear filming, said a solicitor who has made a formal complaint to the BBC about the footage.
Lawrence Davies, director of the law firm Equal Justice Solicitors, said a "racist part" of the Top Gear audience "lapped up" the "racist language laced into the script" of the BBC show.
More top news
United Airlines has apologised for its initial response after a passenger was injured as he was forcibly removed from an overbooked flight.
It is said that the teenager attacked and raped the woman, in her forties, on April 19 near to a park in Kidbrooke, south-east London.
Turkish police have arrested a Briton suspected of fleeing Syria after spending two years with so-called Islamic State.