Jeremy Clarkson, the host of Top Gear has no criminal charges after he punched the show's producer. North Yorkshire police have ended their investigation.
Oisin Tymon, the producer who was punched, made it clear that he will not press charges against Clarkson in the aftermath of the whole drama.
The authorities have said:
"Now that all the interviews are complete, we have properly established that there is no need for further police action."
Although Clarkson's contract with BBC is not renewed yet, the decision taken by the police should help everybody move on. He is still going to host an episode of ‘Have I Got News For You' and perform in the touring ‘Top Gear Live' show.
Hoping that there is no more police involvement, Clarkson can now move on with life, making plans for the future. James May has called quits and Wilman, the person who made Top Gear a show as it is today has also quit.
So what the future holds is still a question, weather the trio will be hosting shows together or go their separate ways.