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Jeremy Clarkson predicts people will turn to 'cannibalism' due to food shortages

Jeremy Clarkson has issued a grave warning in light of the recent cost of living crisis, saying "people will eat their neighbours".The former Top Gear host was discussing the rising price of fertiliser and other costs that farmers are set to incur, when he predicted that farmers will start to reduce the amount of crops they are producing.While on the topic, he said: "Some have already decided to fallow their fields next year and grow nothing at all."The presenter has recently started documenting his life working on a farm for his Amazon Prime show, Clarkson’s Farm.He bought the farm in 2008 but in 2019, decided to have a go at running it himself.While on the topic of farming, he believes that the knock on effect of less produce will lead to food scarcity and rising prices for shoppers.He described it as the world hurtling towards "hunger, misery and death" and as a result, people will turn on each other.He said: "People can live without heat, clothing or even sex but they cannot live without food. Hunger makes people eat their neighbours."For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.It comes after Jeremy recently vented his frustration about being refused planning permission to improve his farm.While making an appearance on Talk TV's The News Desk, he discussed the problems he had encountered when trying to add a car park and a farm track to his land.He said: "Maybe I should buy an apron and join the Masons.

I don’t know what you have to do, but I simply can’t get planning permission for anything, which is infuriating."But it’s not just me as it turns out. I thought it was, but farmers up and down the country are saying the same thing."

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Jeremy Clarkson has issued a grave warning in light of the recent cost of living crisis, saying "people will eat their neighbours".The former Top Gear host was discussing the rising price of fertiliser and other costs that farmers are set to incur, when he predicted that farmers will start to reduce the amount of crops they are producing.While on the topic, he said: "Some have already decided to fallow their fields next year and grow nothing at all."The presenter has recently started documenting his life working on a farm for his Amazon Prime show, Clarkson’s Farm.He bought the farm in 2008 but in 2019, decided to have a go at running it himself.While on the topic of farming, he believes that the knock on effect of less produce will lead to food scarcity and rising prices for shoppers.He described it as the world hurtling towards "hunger, misery and death" and as a result, people will turn on each other.He said: "People can live without heat, clothing or even sex but they cannot live without food. Hunger makes people eat their neighbours."For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.It comes after Jeremy recently vented his frustration about being refused planning permission to improve his farm.While making an appearance on Talk TV's The News Desk, he discussed the problems he had encountered when trying to add a car park and a farm track to his land.He said: "Maybe I should buy an apron and join the Masons.
Jeremy Clarkson has vented his frustrations after being constantly refused planning permissions to make improvements to his Diddly Squat Farm.The broadcaster, 62, appeared on Talk TV's The News Desk to speak about his farm in Oxfordshire, and the problems he has encountered when trying to make improvements, including a car park and a farm track - saying it is not just himself, but that farmers 'up and down the country' are saying 'the same thing'.Jeremy claimed that whenever he wants to make improvements to his farm, the answer from the local council is a "no" about "everything," and then joked that he should "join the Masons" to receive approval.He said: "Maybe I should buy an apron and join the Masons. I don’t know what you have to do, but I simply can’t get planning permission for anything, which is infuriating."But it’s not just me as it turns out.

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Jeremy Clarkson began another day on Diddly Squat Farm only to realise something was horribly wrong after waking up drenched in sweat and with agonising pain crippling his throat.The 61-year-old Top Gear presenter was instantly convinced it was Covid - or, he joked, even "tuberculosis".However the Clarkson's Farm star soon had his fears alleviated after taking multiple Covid tests.By the time of his second lateral flow session, he recalled: "I rammed the probe so far down my throat, I felt like Linda Lovelace."And so far up my nose, I actually collected a few ounces of brain matter."However to his surprise - and relief - both revealed a negative result.Yet, still convinced his symptoms could only be Covid, he then opted for a pricier and more thorough PCR test.By this stage, he revealed in The Sun, he was "coughing up what looked like lumps of coal"."I HAD to have Covid - it was so obvious," he mused."I therefore did two more PCR tests and both were resolute: I didn't."He added: "This worried me because if it wasn't Covid, what was it?"The sports car enthusiast had been left totally exhausted, so he took to a medical book to find answers."I blew away the dust and leafed through the pages, trying to work out what I had," he recounted."And it seems I have an ancient affliction which hasn't been heard of in the UK for years."It's called a cold."Jeremy had already contracted a bad case of Covid previously, leaving him to fear he might "die alone in a plastic tent".He elaborated in the Sunday Times of the horror virus: "Because I am 60 and fat, and because I've smoked half a million cigarettes and had double pneumonia, I [thought I would] probably die."Jeremy quit smoking in 2017, ending a 43-year long habit.He had originally
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Jeremy Clarkson ‘open-mouthed with admiration’ for Prince William amid royal tour backlash
Jeremy Clarkson, 61, has jumped to Prince William’s defence as he and Kate Middleton embarked on a Caribbean tour around the Commonwealth nations.The couple have visited the Bahamas, Jamaica and Belize in celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.Although the couple did receive a warm welcome from many, the trip has been marred by criticism surrounding Britain’s role in the slave trade and protests for the countries to remove the Queen as their head of state.Responding to critics, Jeremy said he greatly “admires” the Duke for “sticking with” with his duties.He also took the opportunity to swipe at Prince Harry who he says “learned to fly the exotic Apache gunship” and then “b***ered off to California”.The Grand Tour star said: “As Prince William heads home from his trip to various sun-kissed and idyllic Caribbean islands, I’m left open-mouthed with admiration for the man.”He imagined a scenario where William would have been sat down as a child and told “he was going to spend his entire life opening disabled lavatories in civic centres” with “no private life” nor a “proper holiday”.The novice farmer then jibed at Prince Harry, saying: “If I’d been in [William’s] shoes, I’d have hitched myself to an American hotty, taken up weed and buggered off to live in California.“He didn’t, though.
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Jeremy Clarkson is a man of the people as he travels on packed tube: ‘Fuel prices must be high!’
Jeremy Clarkson doesn’t always travel by fast car or tractor these days, as the Grand Tour presenter proudly took a selfie on the London Underground.The Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host, who recently flew over the Russian border to film the latest chapter of his Amazon Prime Video series with James May and Richard Hammond, masked up for his journey on the tube.‘I have been in the tubes,’ he captioned the snap, which was taken from inside the packed jubilee line carriage.The image thoroughly delighted his 4.6million followers, with one joking that the fuel prices ‘must be high if Jezza’s on public transport!’While Jeremy’s mode of transport certainly sparked interest, fans couldn’t help but notice a chap in the background who looked more than happy to be stood next to the former Top Gear host.The man in question flashed a huge grin at the camera, prompting one user to comment: ‘He made the best out of this moment to take a selfie with Jeremy.’‘Dude behind him is having the best day ever,’ observed another.Jeremy’s ride on the underground comes weeks after he shared his solidarity with Ukraine while posting a photo of two cars, one yellow, and one blue.‘Subtly flying the flag on our latest adventure,’ he captioned the picture.Jeremy recently confirmed the Grand Tour team were back filming as he wrapped up warm between shoots and shared photos with fans. The former Top Gear stars are thought to have shot in Norway for their latest adventure after plans for a Russia special were shelved months ago.Chatting to Metro.co.uk last year, show boss Andy Wilman revealed they had ditched plans to film in the country and set their sights on the Arctic Circle instead. ‘We’ve got an Arctic Circle thing worked out,’ he said.
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