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.
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