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Jeremy Clarkson spotted in the passenger seat of car marked ‘Vote Labour’ as stunt for TV series 

  • The Who Wants To Be A Millionaire host was seen driving through Oxford in the vehicle
  • TV presenter Clarkston was filming a new series of the Amazon car show The Grand Tour this week
  • In the past, he has previously poked fun at the Labour party and its leader Jeremy Corbyn

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Jeremy Clarkston appeared to have shifted gears in his political stance when he was spotted cruising through the streets in a car supporting the Labour Party.

The Who Wants To Be A Millionaire host was seen driving through Oxford in the silver vehicle which was emblazoned with the political logo. 

While some could have mistaken Clarkston for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Wednesday, based on his chosen mode of transport, it turns out that all was not as it seemed. 

Jeremy Clarkston appeared to have shifted gears in his political stance when he was spotted cruising around Oxford in a car supporting the Labour Party

The TV presenter has been filming a new series of the Amazon car show The Grand Tour this week.

And it seems that the car is most probably part of a sketch or prank linked with the programme.

In the past, Clarkston has previously poked fun at the Labour party and its leader Jeremy Corbyn.

The TV host, who lost his job on Top Gear after falling out with a producer – joked that ‘everyone called Jeremy gets sacked eventually’.

His comments came after the suggestion that more than half of the Labour shadow cabinet was expected to stand down against Corbyn in 2016.

This was apparently caused by the Brexit vote and his decision to sack shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn.

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