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Over 34,000 fans sign petition urging ITV boss Carolyn McCall not to sack Jeremy Clarkson


A petition urging ITV boss Carolyn McCall not to sack Jeremy Clarkson from Who Wants to be a Millionaire? following his controversial column about Meghan Markle has now reached more than 34,000 signatures. 

The campaign – which was started by the Free Speech Union on change.org – condemns the outcry against the former BBC petrolhead.

It says the reaction has been ‘completely disproportionate’ and adds that sacking Clarkson would be ‘an example of cancel culture at its worst’. 

It comes after his column in The Sun in which he said he ‘hated’ Meghan Markle – and added he dreamed of the duchess being paraded naked through British towns and having excrement thrown at her. 

Petition makers also urged Carolyn McCall, ITV’s CEO, ‘to bear in mind the price Jeremy Clarkson has already paid for his remarks’.

A petition urging ITV boss Carolyn McCall not to sack Jeremy Clarkson from Who Wants to be a Millionaire? following his controversial column about Meghan Markle has hit 34,000 signatures

A petition urging ITV boss Carolyn McCall not to sack Jeremy Clarkson from Who Wants to be a Millionaire? following his controversial column about Meghan Markle has hit 34,000…



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