Jeremy Clarkson 'given final warning' over N-word claims

Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson has said the BBC has told him he will be sacked if he makes "one more offensive remark" after claims he used the N-word during filming of the BBC2 show.

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Michael Gove: 'Clarkson has been clear in his apology'

The Education Secretary Michael Gove has said an alleged racist word used by Jeremy Clarkson during filming of a Top Gear episode was "horrendous and shouldn't be used," but said the apology from the presenter should be enough.

The Education Secretary said that Clarkson has been 'clear in his apology' Credit: ITV - Good Morning Britain

Speaking to ITV's Good Morning Britain he said: "It seems to me this is a word he never intended to mutter or broadcast.

"He has been clear in his apology and we should leave matters there."

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