My BoldScottish Labour leader Iain Gray said: "Such a comment is really a reflection on Jeremy Clarkson and speaks for itself.
"Most people here are proud that the Prime Minister is a Scot and believe him to be the right person to get the UK through this global economic crisis."
"Some 340 people also complained to regulator Ofcom, but it later ruled the joke did not breach the broadcasting code." Direct quote from BBC News Website.RoofRat said:Luckily he didn't compare him to a Golliwog!
It will be interesting to see what reason the BBC gives for NOT firing Jezza,for his inappropriate comments?
Indeed, Clarkson the master self publicist, dear old Jeremy is well aware that getting himself in the headlines for statements like this will ensure sales of his tat will rise and he will be able to get bigger fees from the media. All because too many numpties see him as some form of Guru rather than a raving self opinionated self publicist like the nice Mr WossKing_of_the_Burpas said:One thing's for sure; Clarkson will be absolutely loving this. I speak as a two-eyed English idiot.
That's not strictly speaking true though is it. He's got one eye, and a glass ball stuck in his deformed face to make up for the hole.King_of_the_Burpas said:Actually, legally speaking, Broon does have two eyes; it's just that one of them doesn't function properly.
The rest of the description is fair comment.