BBC tells complaining vicar Jeremy Clarkson's blasphemy is "everyday language"
After petitioning both Clarkson and the BBC for an apology, the network responded by saying the speech is part of everyday language, and that while its program strives to portray society as it really is, it respects the "fundamental human right to exercise freedom of thought, conscience and religion."
Clarkson has remained uncharacteristically mute on the dustup.
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