Media 12 March 2015 "He is the People's Kn*b": read The Sun's reaction to the Jeremy Clarkson fracas Red top gear. "The People's Kn*b". Photo: Getty Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up As Ra to the ancient Egyptians was the sacred and untouchable god of the sun, Jeremy Clarkson is to headline writers the sacred and untouchable god of The Sun. And the love of its god couldn't be stronger in light of the fracas that has pulled him kicking and tweeting off our screens. Here's the paper's magnificent reaction: The Sun says... pic.twitter.com/4rPiwcZz0h — The Sun (@TheSunNewspaper) March 12, 2015 This mole particularly enjoys the coy asterisks. It can only hope such punctuational respect was shown to readers in the paper's past reports of Clarkson's racist slurs. › As young Muslims, our community felt under siege. This is what we're doing about it I'm a mole, innit. Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!