Jeremy Clarkson Suspended By BBC 'Following A Fracas'

The BBC has suspended Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson, "following a fracas".

It is understood that Clarkson was involved in an incident with a producer of the motoring programme, however no details have been released.

The BBC confirmed that Clarkson has been suspended "pending an investigation" and Top Gear will not be aired on Sunday.


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