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The Top Gear presenter called on his fans to stop trolling the producer at the centre of the 'fracas' scandal after a BBC inquiry found him guilty of assault.

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Bryjak was killed on board the Germanwings airbus that crashed over the French Alps

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Hardman in 2006, singing at the International Balloon Fiesta in Bristol

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Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz

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Zayn Malik has quit One Direction

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Jeremy Paxman: The “Newsnight” presenter is thought to be BBC’s best-paid journalist though his wage has been reduced

The acerbic broadcaster expressed 'anxiety' over the adequacy of his gussets

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Jeremy Clarkson is surrounded by media personnel as he leaves his home on a bicycle in London

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Angry youngish man: Dylan Moran

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Gavin McInnes (left) and Sean Hannity (right)

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It jolted to particularly awkward start and got progressively worse

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The director, who acted alongside Hemingway in his film Manhattan, had a friendship with the teenager star

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Sajid Javid, MP for Bromsgrove, is to become the new Culture Secretary after Maria Miller's resignation

His heartfelt tweet came ahead of video footage that emerged of Harry Styles crying on stage

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