Clarkson’s Farm – A review


Planning rules waived for farm shops under ‘Clarkson clause’​


Farmers are now allowed to convert disused agricultural buildings into homes and shops without planning permission under a new “Clarkson’s clause”.

The Government has cut red tape to allow farmers to more easily diversify their businesses by putting old buildings to new uses.

The reforms are inspired by Jeremy Clarkson’s battles with West Oxfordshire District Council, as featured on his Amazon Prime television show.

In Clarkson’s Farm, the former Top Gear presenter struggles against local government bureaucracy as he attempts to convert disused outbuildings on his 1,000-acre Cotswolds farm into a restaurant and shop.

The Government has on Tuesday extended permitted development rights to allow farmers to convert unused agricultural buildings for commercial uses.
 
When my fiancée is here we plan to take a drive to Diddly Squat and buy some of his oyster mushrooms for a mushroom risotto I will make. Its a beautiful part of the country.
 
Clarkson is a good entertainer. I just wish he wasn't so potty-mouthed. His frequent f-bombs and blasphemies are tediously juvenile, and really undercut his talent. Such a pity he lacks the confidence to avoid coarse expletives when he's far better, wittier and more entertaining with delicate English euphemisms and innuendo.
 
Clarkson is a good entertainer. I just wish he wasn't so potty-mouthed. His frequent f-bombs and blasphemies are tediously juvenile, and really undercut his talent. Such a pity he lacks the confidence to avoid coarse expletives when he's far better, wittier and more entertaining with delicate English euphemisms and innuendo.
You don't swear much, do you? I do. It's fun. You should try it. It's a f***** hoot. Jimmy is upsetting you? Tell Jimmy to go f*** himself.

But, like... loud.

It really is a stress reliever.
 
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Clarkson is a good entertainer. I just wish he wasn't so potty-mouthed. His frequent f-bombs and blasphemies are tediously juvenile, and really undercut his talent. Such a pity he lacks the confidence to avoid coarse expletives when he's far better, wittier and more entertaining with delicate English euphemisms and innuendo.

People have been swearing in normal conversation for at least the last fifty years.
 
Clarkson is a good entertainer. I just wish he wasn't so potty-mouthed. His frequent f-bombs and blasphemies are tediously juvenile, and really undercut his talent. Such a pity he lacks the confidence to avoid coarse expletives when he's far better, wittier and more entertaining with delicate English euphemisms and innuendo.
Top Swear ?
 
Clarkson is a good entertainer. I just wish he wasn't so potty-mouthed. His frequent f-bombs and blasphemies are tediously juvenile, and really undercut his talent. Such a pity he lacks the confidence to avoid coarse expletives when he's far better, wittier and more entertaining with delicate English euphemisms and innuendo.
yes chatgpt
 
Probably posted before but it's funny

Jeremy Clarkson's Rejected Advert For His New Lager, Hawkstone

 
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