Jeremy Clarkson has long backed the remain campaign and has seldom held back before launching an attack on anyone who dares disagree with his political ideologies. Earlier on this year the ex Top Gear branded Brexit voters “Coffin-dodging idiots”, claiming they “screwed it all up” after Jaguar Land Rover set out plans to cut 4,500 jobs from its UK workforce. However, Clarkson has become slightly more exasperated with the whole deal in recent weeks, launching his latest attack on Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn.
One of Clarkson’s latest political tweets reads: “I’ve had a really good idea. Why don’t we all just agree this Brexit business is far too complicated and pretend it never happened?”
However, it seems Clarkson is not so willing to “pretend it never happened” when it comes to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s appearance in the crunch ITV debate in the run up to the General Election 2019.
The Labour leader had become the talk of Twitter after his glasses began to slip down his face during the debate.
During an interview with Express.co.uk and other members of the press about his latest Amazon Prime Video special The Grand Tour Presents: Seamen, the host quickly got political.
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