“I mean how dare they go on strike when they’ve got these gilt-edged pensions that are going to be guaranteed while the rest of us have to work for a living.”
You know what, I think I may have something in common with Jeremy Clarkson. I’m incensed that certain public sector workers are creaming in a privileged lifestyle for their cushy non-jobs, building their little nest eggs at the expense of you and me. I mean, take a look at this guy.
Jeremy Clarkson has sparked controversy after it was revealed that he had pocketed another £830,00 from Top Gear in addition to his estimated £1million BBC salary.
The TV presenter has cashed in on a lucrative deal with bosses, allowing him to make money from merchandising and overseas sales bearing the Top Gear brand.
Yep, that’s our money he’s lining his pockets with, for a job that involves little more than faffing around with cars. You couldn’t make it up.
That said, I have no problem with Mr Clarkson exercising his democratic right to go on strike.
Seriously, Jeremy, do go on strike. Take as long as you want. Seriously. Then take a bit longer.