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13-Apr-2014 03:24

It is strange how quickly the furore over Carol Thatcher's "golliwog" jibe has catapulted Britain back into the political correctness debates of the 1980s.

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Most other people, I think, can now simply agree that it was bizarre and wrong of Thatcher to compare a black tennis player to a golliwog.

The Royal National Institute of Blind People complained, as did Scottish MPs, and Clarkson said sorry.

Idiots have yet to issue their formal objection, but I'll warrant that the BBC won't be sacking Clarkson any time soon.

What Thatcher did was to fall foul of Television Rules, which are unbending but mysterious to those who haven't yet worked them out.

These dictate that foolish remarks made by incidental figures in broadcasting will be severely punished, while deliberate provocations by big names will be mildly chastised.

Most other people, I think, can now simply agree that it was bizarre and wrong of Thatcher to compare a black tennis player to a golliwog.

The Royal National Institute of Blind People complained, as did Scottish MPs, and Clarkson said sorry.

Idiots have yet to issue their formal objection, but I'll warrant that the BBC won't be sacking Clarkson any time soon.

What Thatcher did was to fall foul of Television Rules, which are unbending but mysterious to those who haven't yet worked them out.

These dictate that foolish remarks made by incidental figures in broadcasting will be severely punished, while deliberate provocations by big names will be mildly chastised.

Last year's special saw series eight housemate Charley Uchea nearly walk off the show following jeering from the audience.