BBC Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has criticised Labour leader Ed Miliband for singling him out in a speech about attitudes to mental health:
So. Ed Miliband has said that I am making life miserable for people who commit suicide. Really?
I have read what Miliband said. And seriously, I'm not sure he's right in the head.
In a speech earlier today, Ed Miliband said:
"Jeremy Clarkson, who may have at least acknowledged the tragedy of people who end their own lives, goes on to call them "Johnny Suicides" whose bodies should be left on train tracks rather than delay journeys.
"It is attitudes like these that reinforce the stigma that blights millions of people's lives, and holds our country back."
The Labour Party has not yet issued a response to Mr Clarkson's tweets.
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