Actor Martin Clunes has become the second man to be dropped from the £50 million ad campaign for Churchill Insurance for motoring offences.

The versatile and popular actor admitted to Churchill Insurance that he had reached 12 points on his driving licence for speeding offences and had been banned from driving by magistrates under totting up rules.

Clunes follows comedian Vic Reeves, who was the voice of the Churchill nodding dog until he was caught driving whilst three and a half times over the legal alcohol limit in 2005.

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