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In an attempt to prove the press and public, furor over the UK child benefit data scandal was a fuss about nothing, he published his own bank account number and sort code, together with instructions on how to find out his address, in The Sun newspaper, expecting nobody to be able to remove money from his account. Whilst Clarkson states such views in his columns and in public appearances, his public persona does not necessarily represent his personal views, as he acknowledged whilst interviewing Alastair Campbell saying "I don't believe what I write, any more than you [Campbell] believe what you say".
Clarkson has been described as a "skilful propagandist for the motoring lobby" by The Economist. By , Clarkson was perceived by the press to have upset so many people and groups, The Independent put him on trial for various 'crimes', declaring him guilty on most counts. Responses to Clarkson's comments are often directed personally, with derogatory comments about residents of Norfolk leading to some residents organising a "We hate Jeremy Clarkson" club.
In The Guardian's 'Media ' list, which lists the top most "powerful people in the [media] industry", based on cultural, economic and political influence in the UK, Clarkson was listed as a new entrant at 74th. Some critics even attribute Clarkson's actions and views as being influential enough to be responsible for the closure of Rover and the Luton manufacturing plant of Vauxhall.
The BBC often played down his comments as ultimately not having the weight they were ascribed. In , they described Clarkson as "Not a man given to considered opinion",  and in response to an official complaint another BBC spokeswoman once said: More often than not they are said with a twinkle in his eye. On his chat show, Clarkson , he caused upset to the Welsh by placing a 3D plastic map of Wales into a microwave oven and switching it on.
He later defended this by saying, "I put Wales in there because Scotland wouldn't fit. By the time it closed, it had attracted 49, signatures. Clarkson later commented he would be a rubbish Prime Minister as he is always contradicting himself in his columns. In response to the reactions he gets, Clarkson has stated "I enjoy this back and forth, it makes the world go round but it is just opinion. Clarkson was ranked 49th on Motor Trend Magazine's Power List for , its list of the fifty most influential figures in the automotive industry.
Clarkson has a keen interest in the British Armed Forces and several of his DVDs and television shows have featured a military theme, whether it be flying in military jets or several Clarkson focused Top Gear spots having a military theme such as Clarkson escaping a Challenger 2 tank in a Range Rover , a Lotus Exige evading missile lock from an Apache attack helicopter, a platoon of Irish Guardsmen shooting at a Porsche Boxster and Mercedes-Benz SLK , or using a Ford Fiesta as a Royal Marine landing craft.
Clarkson visited British troops in Baghdad in October In , Clarkson presented The Victoria Cross: In , Clarkson wrote and presented Jeremy Clarkson: At the end of , Clarkson became a patron of Help for Heroes ,  a charity aiming to raise money to provide better facilities to wounded British servicemen. Clarkson is passionate about engineering, especially pioneering work. In Inventions That Changed the World Clarkson showcased the invention of the gun, computer, jet engine, telephone and television.
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He has previously criticised the engineering feats of the 20th century as merely improvements on the truly innovative inventions of the Industrial Revolution. He cites the lack of any source of alternative power for cars, other than by "small explosions". In Great Britons , as part of a public poll to find the greatest historical Briton, Clarkson was the chief supporter for Isambard Kingdom Brunel , a prominent engineer during the Industrial Revolution credited with numerous innovations.
Despite this, he also has a passion for many modern examples of engineering. In Speed and Extreme Machines , Clarkson rides and showcases numerous vehicles and machinery. Clarkson was awarded an honorary degree from Brunel University on 12 September , partly because of his work in popularising engineering, and partly because of his advocacy of Brunel. He cited the Concorde crash as his inspiration, feeling a sadness for the demise of the machine as well as the passengers.
Clarkson was a passenger on the last BA Concorde flight on 24 October Paraphrasing Neil Armstrong he described the retirement of the fleet as "This is one small step for a man, but one huge leap backwards for mankind". The Lightning was subsequently removed on the orders of the local council, which "wouldn't believe my claim that it was a leaf blower", according to Clarkson on a Tiscali Motoring webchat.
In building such an ambitious machine, Clarkson described the project as "a triumph for lunacy over common sense, a triumph for man over nature and a triumph for Volkswagen over absolutely every other car maker in the world. I'll never experience that power again.
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Clarkson was able to secure a place on the shortlist for the few cars that would be imported to Britain to official customers, only through knowing Ford's head of PR through a previous job. After waiting years and facing an increased price, he found many technical problems with the car. After "the most miserable month's motoring possible," he returned it to Ford for a full refund. After a short period, including asking Top Gear fans for advice over the Internet, he bought back his GT.
He called it "the most unreliable car ever made", because he was never able to complete a return journey with it. In August , he sold the Gallardo because "idiots in Peugeots kept trying to race [him] in it". In January , in a review of the car printed in The Times , he wrote: You can't be a true petrolhead until you've owned an Alfa Romeo. Of the Monaro he said, "It's like they had a picture of me on their desk and said [ Australian accent ] 'Let's build that bloke a car!
I've fallen in love Clarkson dislikes the British car brand Rover , the last major British owned and built car manufacturer. This view stretched back to the company's time as part of British Leyland. Describing the history of the company up to its last flagship model, the Rover 75 , he paraphrased Winston Churchill and stated "Never in the field of human endeavour has so much been done, so badly, by so many," citing issues with the rack and pinion steering system. In the latter years of the company, Clarkson blamed the "uncool" brand image as being more of a hindrance to sales than any faults with the cars.
On its demise, Clarkson stated "I cannot even get teary and emotional about the demise of the company itself — though I do feel sorry for the workforce. Clarkson has also criticised Vauxhalls   and has described Vauxhall's parent company, General Motors , as a "pensions and healthcare" company which sees the "car making side of the business as an expensive loss-making nuisance". I've always hated it because I've always felt it was designed in a coffee break by people who couldn't care less about cars" and "one of the worst chassis I've ever come across.
After a Top Gear piece by Clarkson for its launch in , described by The Independent as "not doing [GM] any favours",  Vauxhall complained to the BBC and announced, "We can take criticism but this piece was totally unbalanced. Clarkson's comments and actions have sometimes resulted in complaints from viewers, car companies, and national governments.
Polar Special was criticised by the BBC Trust for glamorising drink driving in a scene showing Clarkson and James May in a vehicle, despite Clarkson saying to the camera, "And please do not write to us about drinking and driving, because I am not driving I am sailing" as they were on top of international, frozen waters. In a later incident during a Top Gear episode broadcast on 13 November , Clarkson, while talking about a Mini design that might be "quintessentially German", made a mock Nazi salute , and made references to the Hitler regime and the German invasion of Poland by suggesting the GPS "only goes to Poland".
In November , Clarkson attracted over complaints to the BBC when he joked about lorry drivers murdering prostitutes. It's the 21st century, let's get our sense of humour in line. Although several newspapers reported that he had subsequently argued with BBC Two controller Janice Hadlow ,  who was present at the recording, the BBC denied that he had been given a "dressing down".
On 6 July , Clarkson reportedly angered gay rights campaigners after he made a remark on Top Gear that did not get aired on the 4 July 's episode. But guest Alastair Campbell wrote about it on Twitter. Clarkson apparently said he "Demanded the right not to get bummed". The BBC later said that they cut this remark out as they "edited down" the interview as it was too long to fit into the show. He said the car owned by co-presenter James May looked "like a simpleton".
Media regulator Ofcom investigated after receiving two complaints, and found that the comments "were capable of causing offence" but did not censure the BBC.
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During the minute special, which was aired twice over the Christmas break, Clarkson made a string of jokes about Indian food, clothes, toilets, trains and history. In an unused take for a Top Gear feature recorded in early , Clarkson is alleged to have mumbled the ethnic slur " nigger " when repeating the children's rhyme Eeny, meeny, miny, moe. The clip later surfaced on the website of the Daily Mirror tabloid at the beginning of May Clarkson apologised for his efforts not being "quite good enough" to ensure the footage was not used.
Near the end of the Top Gear: Burma Special , which aired March , Clarkson and Hammond were seen admiring a wooden bridge, which they had built during the episode. Clarkson is quoted as saying "That is a proud moment, but there's a slope on it" as a native crosses the bridge, ' slope ' being a pejorative for Asians. We were not aware at the time, and it has subsequently been brought to our attention, that the word slope is considered by some to be offensive.
In October , Clarkson attracted controversy when filming the Top Gear: In October , Hyundai complained to the BBC about what they described as "bigoted and racist" comments he made at the Birmingham Motor Show , where he was reported as saying that the people working on the Hyundai stand had "eaten a dog" and that the designer of the Hyundai XG had probably eaten a spaniel for his lunch.
In March , at the British Press Awards , he swore at Piers Morgan and punched him before being restrained by security; Morgan says it left him with a scar above his left eyebrow. In April , he was criticised in the Malaysian parliament for having described one of their cars, the Perodua Kelisa , as the worst in the world, adding that "its name was like a disease and [suggesting] it was built in jungles by people who wear leaves for shoes". A Malaysian government minister countered, pointing out that no complaints had been received from UK customers who had bought the car.
While in Australia, Clarkson made disparaging remarks aimed at the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, in February , calling him a "one-eyed Scottish idiot" and accused him of lying. These comments were widely condemned by the Royal National Institute of Blind People and also Scottish politicians who requested that he should be taken off air. His 4 September column for The Sun newspaper drew angry remarks  in response to Clarkson's call to abolish the Welsh language: What's the point of Welsh, for example?
All it does is provide a silly maypole around which a bunch of hotheads can get all nationalistic. After mentioning the BBC's need for balance, he said, "I would take them outside and execute them in front of their families. Clarkson was criticised by the mental health charity Mind for his 3 December column for The Sun , in which he described those who jump in front of trains as "Johnny Suicide" and argues that following a death, trains should carry on their journeys as soon as possible.
And sometimes the head can be half a mile away from the feet. Clarkson often discusses high speed driving on public roads, criticising road safety campaigns involving cameras and speed bumps. A BBC spokesman said that suggestions Clarkson had encouraged speeding were "nonsense". I cannot tell you how fast I crossed it the other day. Because you simply wouldn't believe me. The BBC announced that the next episode of the show would not be broadcast on 15 March. On 19 March, at a charity auction at the Roundhouse in Camden, north London, Clarkson launched into a humorous verbal tirade against BBC studio bosses related to his suspension from the programme, saying "The BBC have fucked themselves.
On 25 March , the BBC released an official statement confirming that, as a result of the actions which led to his suspension, they would not be renewing his contract with the show. In his Sunday Times column on 19 April, Clarkson revealed that two days before he hit Tymon, he had been told by his doctor that a lump he had could be cancer of the tongue. Testing later confirmed that it was not cancerous. In the same column, he stated that he had initially considered retiring from television following his dismissal, but was now planning a new motoring programme.
Clarkson married Alexandra James in , but she left him for one of his friends after six months. In September , Clarkson was granted a privacy injunction against his first wife to prevent her from publishing claims that their sexual relationship continued after his second marriage see AMM v HXW. He voluntarily lifted the injunction in October ,  commenting that: You take out an injunction against somebody or some organisation and immediately news of that injunction and the people involved and the story behind the injunction is in a legal-free world on Twitter and the Internet.
Clarkson is a fan of the rock band Genesis and attended the band's reunion concert at Twickenham Stadium in He also provided sleeve notes for the reissue of the album Selling England by the Pound as part of the Genesis — box set. Clarkson was involved in a protracted legal dispute about access to a "permissive path" across the grounds of his second home, a converted lighthouse, on the Isle of Man between and , after reports that dogs had attacked and killed sheep on the property.
On 4 August , he was admitted to hospital after falling ill with pneumonia while on a family vacation in Majorca , Spain and was being treated in a hospital there. I have quite literally defied medical science". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. English broadcaster, journalist and writer.
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Retrieved 27 April Retrieved 21 February Retrieved 10 March Archived from the original on 28 May To put that in perspective, it's pretty much twice what a very successful programme could dream of getting on BBC2 or Channel 4. It puts us on level terms with Eastenders. It is currently shown in more than countries around the world, and Top Gear magazine is the UK's biggest-selling car magazine.
Retrieved 29 March Archived from the original on 5 December Retrieved 18 November Archived from the original on 30 September While each candidate was invited onto the show for a full wardrobe makeover, only Birds of a Feather actress Lesley Joseph who "looks like a pantomime dame" , and Jeremy Clarkson "who looks like he should be selling vegetables in the market" , have accepted.
Their reward for having their fashion sense publicly torn apart is that they will avoid winning the all-time Worst-Dressed title. Trinny and Susannah suggest alternatives to Jeremy Clarkson's wardrobe with very little success.
Every suggested outfit is "shot down in flames" by Jeremy causing an exasperated Trinny to ask him why he agreed to appear on the programme. Archived from the original on 13 November Retrieved 18 August Have I Got News for You. Retrieved 25 August Retrieved 13 March Retrieved 30 July Retrieved 11 May Margaret Thatcher's funeral guest list announced". Retrieved 11 March The Independent on Sunday. Retrieved 6 August The process for initiating a visa application is divided into several stages: STEP 1 - Gather information on your situation Seek information and check if you require a visa or not This portal helps you assemble the information you will need before submitting your visa application online.
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