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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MP: Clarkson's apologies 'are now running out'

Controversial Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson is "running out" of apologies and should step down from the publicly funded BBC, a Labour MP has told Good Morning Britain.

Jim Sheridan, who sits on the Culture, Media and Sports Committee, has written to the BBC to demand Clarkson's resignation after he was filmed allegedly using the n-word.

"The BBC is funded by the taxpayer. And I don't think the taxpayer should be subjected to people like Jeremy Clarkson, who uses and insults people by his comments. So it is time for him to go."

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