Top Gear Kazakhstan trip aborted after airline woes - The Week

"Those on low incomes and working long hours to pay for their licence fee might appreciate a little more humility from the celebs whose sky-high salaries they pay," Jonathan Isaby, the chief executive of the TaxPayers' Alliance, told the Daily Mail.

"Hearing that someone is 'fried' after a four-hour shift while picking up millions a year from the pay cheques of taxpayers will not make sense to those working long night shifts on the minimum wage."

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Top Gear Kazakhstan trip aborted after airline woes - The Week
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April 01, 2016 at 2pm - 5pm

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