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Cynical BBC uses Cenotaph dead to make Top Gear viral

by | 14th, March 2016

TV Jeremy Clarkson The BBC says it will not broadcast footage of Top Gear presenter Matt LeBlanc turning doughnuts around The Cenotaph on London’s Whitehall. Having leaked the event one that took weeks to plan to the Press, dear old Aunty says it was a bad idea and in poor taste.

Says the “mortified” Beeb:

Top Gear has been on location around central London over the past few days. Ahead of filming, the production team worked closely with the Metropolitan Police Film Unit and the Special Events Unit of Westminster Council. This was a large-scale, complex shoot, prepared over a period of four months, which required numerous road closures, health and safety regulations to be in place, and also included full disclosure to local residents, including

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