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Clarkson and Morgan 'end feud'

Jeremy Clarkson and Piers Morgan have finally made-up after years of feuding.

TV interviewer Piers suggested that they had buried the hatchet when he posted a picture on Twitter of the pair arm-in-arm and smiling for the camera, the Daily Mail reported.

The image was initially uploaded with the caption "Peace!", before Piers changed it to "Alcohol Was Consumed".

Meanwhile, Top Gear host Jeremy retweeted a message posted by his daughter, Emily, saying: "There has been a serious disruption to the force."

According to the newspaper, the pair bumped into each other in a pub in Kensington, west London.

The news comes only weeks after Piers called for Jeremy to be sacked by the BBC after the motoring show presenter appeared to use the N-word during a video recording.

Piers claimed that Top Gear had been "laced with casual racism for years".

He has had a long-running feud with Jeremy since the Top Gear host punched him at the 2004 British Press Awards.

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