TV News BBC refuses to say if Top Gear will ever return after it’s pulled from schedules following Jeremy Clarkson bust-upTHE BBC is refusing to discuss whether Top Gear will ever return to television after Jeremy Clarkson was suspended over a “fracas” with a colleague and the rest of the current series was pulled from the schedules.

THE BBC is refusing to discuss whether Top Gear will ever return to television after Jeremy Clarkson was suspended over a “fracas” with a colleague and the rest of the current series was pulled from the schedules.Clarkson, 54, is reported to have tried to punch a male producer on the BBC2 show last week, though the incident was only reported to the Corporation on Monday, resulting in his suspension on Tuesday morning.The producer has been named in ‘The Mirror’ as 36-year-old Irishman Oisin Tymon – with the row reportedly seeing Clarkson losing his temper when his dinner was not ready on time.Filming for this Sunday’s episode, which should have taken place on Wednesday, was cancelled and no more episodes will be broadcast while an investigation is being carried out.

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