Ian O'Doherty: Hang on -- why wasn't I informed?
Yesterday was a bad day. Not because it was a Monday and we all know how we feel about Mondays.
No, yesterday saw Jeremy Clarkson cleared by OFCOM for jokingly suggesting that striking public-sector workers should be taken out and shot.
That remark sparked a deluge of complaints both to OFCOM and the police from people who were worried that Clarkson would become the leader of a death squad dedicated to hunting and killing public-sector workers.