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Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper 'nervous' as he shares huge baby announcement - express
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21.01.2023 / 23:13

Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper 'nervous' as he shares huge baby announcement

Instagram to share the happy news that he and his fiance Taya were expecting a baby girl.The Clarkson's Farm star thrilled fans as he used two tractors to make the huge announcement.Kaleb took to Instagram today to post a short video in view of his 1.2 million followers alongside his fiance Taya.The pair announced two months ago that they were expecting their second child, with the pair now confirming the gender.They stood in front of two tractors and counted down until pink smoke came out of the exhaust of the vehicles.He captioned the clip: "Only one way to do a Gender Reveal."His friends and family were with them and he admitted he was a "bit nervous" before finding out their baby's gender.They hugged each other as family members celebrated the happy news in the background.Fans were quick to rush to the comments to congratulate the young couple on the exciting news.NickWilliams94 said: "Congrats to you both! Easily the best gender reveal that I've seen."Mr.Miguel.Alvarado added: "Congratulations! That is quite brilliant!"Jeremy Clarkson did not leave a message or comment on the news but he did make sure to like the Instagram post.Kaleb announced he and his partner were expecting their second child at the end of November.The couple already shares a child named Oscar, who they welcomed together in March last year.Along with a picture with his fiance, son and tractor, Kaleb made the baby announcement.He captioned the post: "So excited to announce that baby cooper number 2 is cooking nicely."My number one goal is to buy myself a farm and be able to bring my kids up enjoying what I think is the best lifestyle which is the farming lifestyle."Speaking about the baby news, Kaleb told The Sun: "I don’t know if I feel nervous

Jeremy Clarkson injecting Danish drug weekly after he admits diabetes and health concerns - express - Denmark
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15.01.2023 / 17:11

Jeremy Clarkson injecting Danish drug weekly after he admits diabetes and health concerns

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, is fearful he could be at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, with the Clarkson's Farm star injecting a Danish drug to prevent it.

Jeremy Clarkson blasts council for 'banning' him from selling his book at his own farm - express
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13.01.2023 / 02:25

Jeremy Clarkson blasts council for 'banning' him from selling his book at his own farm

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, claimed his local Oxfordshire council banned him from selling his book Diddly Squat: A Year On The Farm, arguing that it isn't produced locally. Jeremy, on the other hand, has hit back that he wrote it at his kitchen table.The former Top Gear host had been keen to flog copies of the book, which details his journey starting a farm from scratch, with no previous experience, onsite.However, he was apparently given a firm "no" to the proposal.Yet Jeremy insisted that he wrote it on the premises of the farm itself, exclaiming: "You can't get more local than that!""I cannot understand why the council doesn't want me to sell my farming books in the shop," the frustrated star elaborated."They claim they weren't made locally but I wrote them at my kitchen table."He added to the Daily Mail: "It would be helpful if we could sell a few T-shirts too."A spokesman for West Oxfordshire District Council has claimed he is unaware of any enforcement action preventing him from carrying out his plan.However, he reasoned: "A farm shop is for the sale of local produce.

Jeremy Clarkson 'shuts Diddly Squat Farm restaurant' as neighbours celebrate 'win' - express
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08.01.2023 / 12:19

Jeremy Clarkson 'shuts Diddly Squat Farm restaurant' as neighbours celebrate 'win'

Michael Benson, of Chadlington, told the aforementioned publication: “It is a win for the community.“I would like the whole thing shut down. We are just a small village and Diddly Squat Farm is in the wrong place.“We don’t need a theme park in an area of natural beauty.The new year was ridiculous.“You’d spend about 20 minutes trying to get into town.”Neighbour Lucy Walker added: “We have been plagued with traffic since he arrived.

Jeremy Clarkson's Diddly Squat Farm shop to close a week after Meghan Markle apology - express - Australia
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28.12.2022 / 21:47

Jeremy Clarkson's Diddly Squat Farm shop to close a week after Meghan Markle apology

Jeremy Clarkson's Diddly Squat Farm Shop opened in 2020 and has been a hit among fans of the Clarkson's Farm series. Prime Video said the show, which sees the former Top Gear host manage an Oxfordshire farm, will return on February 10 2023.On the farm shop's official Instagram account it has been announced that Diddly Squat is set to temporarily close for a month in January.Sharing a photo of a cow posing alongside Diddly Squat's Farm Gin they informed their 840,000 followers the shop will soon close.On December 26 the post read: "5 days of Diddly 2022 left.

Kaleb Cooper shares engagement news after 'long wait' as Jeremy Clarkson's daughter reacts - express - city Sandiford
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26.12.2022 / 13:07

Kaleb Cooper shares engagement news after 'long wait' as Jeremy Clarkson's daughter reacts

Jeremy Clarkson’s Amazon Prime TV series Clarkson’s Farm, posted an adorable photo while cuddling up to his girlfriend Taya and smiling proudly.The couple could be seen posing for a selfie on the picturesque farm in the Cotswolds, as Taya flashed a diamond ring at the camera.Kaleb revealed he had proposed to his partner, with whom he shares baby son Oscar, who was born last year.The farmer and reality TV star wrote: “She said yes! 2022 has been an amazing year.This definitely tops it off. “I honestly can’t wait for 2023 and all the following years after that. “@tayaaaxx your my best friend as well as the love of my life. “Was a long wait for this(6 and a half years).”Jeremy Clarkson’s daughter Emily was one of the first to congratulate the couple on their engagement announcement.She commented on the post: “Yayyyyyy congrats guys! Xxxxxx.”Taya was quick to thank Emily for her kind words, while Gogglebox star Pete Sandiford also commented: “Congratulation to you both!”The bride-to-be also added her own response to her fiancé’s announcement, writing: “I LOVE YOU CANT WAIT TO MARRY YOU!”This isn’t the only exciting family news Kaleb has shared with Clarkson’s Farm fans this year, as back in November, he revealed he and Taya are expecting their second baby.Kaleb shared on Instagram: “So excited to announce that baby cooper number 2 is cooking nicely. “My number one goal is to buy myself a farm and be able to bring my kids up enjoying what I think is the best lifestyle which is the farming lifestyle.”Kaleb shared a family photo alongside the announcement, showing himself and Taya holding their firstborn, Oscar, in front of a tractor.The couple also unveiled a baby scan in the snap.Kaleb recently informed excited fans that the

Jeremy Clarkson breaks silence on ‘worrying’ drone row as he defends Kaleb Cooper’s threat - express - county Andrew
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27.11.2022 / 19:17

Jeremy Clarkson breaks silence on ‘worrying’ drone row as he defends Kaleb Cooper’s threat

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, has furiously supported his farm manager Kaleb Cooper’s actions after the Clarkson’s Farm star grew concerned about a drone circling Diddly Squat last week.

Kaleb Cooper makes just 50p an hour through farming despite Clarkson's Farm success - express
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17.11.2022 / 15:19

Kaleb Cooper makes just 50p an hour through farming despite Clarkson's Farm success

Jeremy Clarkson on his journey on Diddly Squat Farm on the Prime Video hit Clarkson's Farm. In a recent interview, the young farmer opened up about the cost of living crisis in relation to farming and how he takes home a mere 50p an hour when working for himself in order to make a profit.Kaleb made the revelation during an interview with Jeremy Clarkson on the Performance People podcast, hosted by Ben and George Ainslie.Although he has been enjoying his newfound fame, the young budding farmer opened up about the realities of pay for farmers and what he has to do now he's opened his own cattle business.He said: "When I’m working for myself, when I’m feeding my calves in the morning – I bought eight calves, it’s like a little bit of a new business idea that I’m doing, buying calves in and then feed them on milk, which costs me about £200 a calf, then selling them at nine months."[I’m] trying to get a profit [and] see if it will work."I worked it out the other day, do you know how much my hourly rate is, how much I pay myself? 50p an hour."Kaleb also opened up about the struggles of farming in the current cost of living crisis, and explained that it’s "incredibly hard" for both contractors and the industry at the moment.He shared: "Diesel, for example, was 32p per litre last year.

Jeremy Clarkson says he's getting 'sued' after 'trespasser' on farm gets stuck in hole - express
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15.11.2022 / 20:07

Jeremy Clarkson says he's getting 'sued' after 'trespasser' on farm gets stuck in hole

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, has had the country in giggles since he decided to take up farming alongside Kaleb Cooper and turn it into a successful Prime Video series.The Clarkson's Farm star has shared the shocking story about a woman who he claimed "trespassed" on his farm, which resulted in her foot getting stuck in a hole and the former Top Gear presenter being sued!Jeremy and Kaleb gave an insight into life on Diddly Squat farm and the upcoming second season of Clarkson's Farm to Ben and Georgie Ainslie on their Performance People podcast.Host Ben spoke about an issue he had with cows, leaving Jeremy to show off his large signs which he is not allowed to put up for insurance reasons.They read "free acupuncture" and "bull in the field (No red trousers)".Jeremy explained: "You can't even put danger in the field because if a bull then attacks somebody and writes danger you are then accepting that you knew it was dangerous."Therefore you're liable.So all you can write is bull in the field and let people make their own minds up."This led Jeremy to talk about a recent incident that happened on the farm that led to him being sued after a lady "trespassed" on his land.He explained: "We had one that other day.That woman who put her croc into... You lift a gate post out when you open double gates so you can open both gates."We took it out and we were in and out all day long.

Kaleb Cooper has 'never been so poorly' leaving Jeremy Clarkson alone on Diddly Squat farm - express
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03.11.2022 / 17:33

Kaleb Cooper has 'never been so poorly' leaving Jeremy Clarkson alone on Diddly Squat farm

Clarkson's Farm alongside Jeremy Clarkson. As filming for season two has drawn to a close, Kaleb has taken to Instagram to share that he is bedridden, leaving Diddly Squat farm in the "capable" hands of Jeremy.Kaleb shared a series of three snaps to Instagram in view of his 1.1 million Instagram followers, showing his bedridden appearance.In the first photo, the farmer could be seen laying on a bed with swollen droopy eyes, as he penned: "I've never been so poorly! I never get ill.

Kaleb Cooper 'hides in barn' after calling Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson a 'pig on all fours' - express - Britain
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20.10.2022 / 23:19

Kaleb Cooper 'hides in barn' after calling Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson a 'pig on all fours'

Hollywood actor to being as "solid" as a "pig on all fours".The Clarkson's Farm star shared his worries as The Rock returned to the UK to promote his latest movie Black Adam alongside Pierce Brosnan.Kaleb made the shock revelation on Instagram in view of his 1.1 million followers in a short video.He exclaimed: "So Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is in England. Now for those of you who have read my book, you'll have my view on pigs."And on that view I may have mentioned a pig being as solid as Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson on all fours."I'm gonna hide in a barn.

Clarkson's Farm's Kaleb Cooper left pleading 'get me home' after awkward double NTAs loss - express - Britain
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14.10.2022 / 14:45

Clarkson's Farm's Kaleb Cooper left pleading 'get me home' after awkward double NTAs loss

Kaleb Cooper, 24, plays an advisory role to Jeremy Clarkson on his hit Amazon Prime show Clarkson's Farm - but when it emerged he had failed to win a single gong at the NTAs, the devastated looking reality star declared he'd rather be back in a field.

Jeremy Clarkson vows ‘I'll carry on farming whether you're watching or not' in show update - express
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13.10.2022 / 19:53

Jeremy Clarkson vows ‘I'll carry on farming whether you're watching or not' in show update

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, has insisted he won’t be giving up on farming any time soon, regardless of whether or not he’ll carry on filming Clarkson’s Farm beyond season 2.Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk while the star hosted his third Hawkstone Session at the Hawkstone Brewery, Jeremy broke his silence on the future of his hit Amazon Prime Video series.Sharing his commitment to Diddly Squat Farm, Jeremy said: “If people don’t want to watch anymore, we wouldn’t make anymore, and if people do want to watch, then we will. “I’m going to carry on farming whether you're watching or not, I don’t care!”Despite the numerous challenges Clarkson’s Farm viewers have seen Jeremy and his team battling against due to the local council opposing their expansion plans, The Grand Tour star isn’t tired of “fighting” for farming.He added: “I’m going to carry on farming and fighting the good fight, on behalf of farming, against stupidity.”Jeremy went on to share an update on when fans can expect the second series of Clarkson’s Farm to drop on Amazon Prime Video, after its debut season received rave reviews in 2021.When quizzed on when the latest instalment of the documentary will arrive on our screens, Jeremy admitted: “I don’t [know] actually, we’ve finished filming it so it’s being edited, and we’ve edited five of the programmes.“So there’s three more to go and then it will have to be translated into every language in the world. “I would guess the first quarter of next year.” However, Jeremy’s new project doesn’t come without its difficulties, as he explained his “love/hate relationship with farming”.The car enthusiast continued: “I have a love/hate relationship with farming, I sometimes absolutely hate it, and then there are times like

'Ouch!' Kaleb Cooper details painful accident as fingers are ‘completely burned off’ - express
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29.08.2022 / 17:21

'Ouch!' Kaleb Cooper details painful accident as fingers are ‘completely burned off’

Jeremy Clarkson's hit Amazon Prime series, Clarkson's Farm.The farmer has taken to Instagram to share with his followers his latest accident that has left the prints on his fingertips "completely burned off".Kaleb took to his Instagram story on Sunday night to share news of the accident in view of his 1.1 million followers.The farmer shared a picture of his fingers covered in what looks like Sudocrem, along with the message: "Note to self always check if a cup is microwavable first. Ouch."He then shared a blurry selfie of himself, explaining what had happened and the result of the painful mishap.Kaleb wrote: "Just been thinking. Won't be able to get my fingerprints done for a while.

Jeremy Clarkson warns Diddly Squat Farm is under threat amid 'fire risk' due to heatwave - express - Britain - county Norfolk - county Norton
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11.08.2022 / 18:09

Jeremy Clarkson warns Diddly Squat Farm is under threat amid 'fire risk' due to heatwave

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, has announced that he has "had to stop harvesting" on Diddly Squat Farm due to "the fire risk".This comes as the UK has been hit with a four-day extreme heat warning for southern and central England, as well as parts of Wales.Jeremy took to Twitter this afternoon to make the shock announcement about Diddly Squat.He told his 7.8 million followers: "F*****y f**k. Had to stop harvesting because of, and I’m not making this up, the fire risk."Many social media users rushed to the comments to share their concerns to the former Top Gear star and also offer their support.LeWonderHamster said: "Please stay safe!"Jeremy replied: "Safe? B******s to that.

Kaleb Cooper 'told off' after he unveils new offering away from Clarkson's Farm - express
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10.08.2022 / 00:01

Kaleb Cooper 'told off' after he unveils new offering away from Clarkson's Farm

Clarkson's Farm, admitted he got "told off" after sharing certain details. Jeremy Clarkson's pal told his legion of followers to be on the lookout for his latest offering which is due to hit shelves in October.The 24-year-old gushed about his book titled, The World According to Kaleb, as he received the first chapter.Taking to Instagram stories, he said: "Look what I've got today.The first chapter of my book 'bladder'. I don't know how to say it.

'Won't be enough to go round' Jeremy Clarkson plans last resort to save farm amid sad loss - express - Britain
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07.08.2022 / 02:03

'Won't be enough to go round' Jeremy Clarkson plans last resort to save farm amid sad loss

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, spoke about the sad loss he had experienced recently amid the UK’s brutal heatwave that saw temperatures sore above 40 degrees Celsius.The Clarkson’s Farm star also admitted that the extreme heat had made life on Diddly Squat very difficult. Jeremy spoke about the awful effect the heat wave had on farmers and their land in his latest column. The former Top Gear star wrote: “One of my pigs died from heat exhaustion, my potatoes look like sultanas, and my springs are drying up, which means that to stay alive I have to suck the moisture out of moss, or drink beer.”After losing one of his pigs, the problems didn’t stop there for Jeremy, as it seems the heat also caused trouble for his other animals.“Meanwhile, my cows are so hungry they are prepared to walk through an electric fence every day to look for food,” Jeremy wrote. READ MORE: Anne Heche 'rushed to hospital with burns as car crashes into house'“To get round the problem, I spent half a day building a proper fence with posts sunk deep into the bedrock. But even this was no deterrent to a starving ton of meat and muscle.“To try to keep them off the road, I’m using bribery, feeding them the hay I cut earlier in the year,” he explained. The star then shared a dark thought, suggesting he might be forced to eat the animals if they don’t have enough food to last the winter. “Come the winter, there won’t be enough to go round.

'They'll stop at nothing!' Jeremy Clarkson terrified about thieves targeting farm - express - county Kent - county Sussex
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05.07.2022 / 00:23

'They'll stop at nothing!' Jeremy Clarkson terrified about thieves targeting farm

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, is worried about trespassers stealing from his Cotswolds farm - but it's not his costly tractors or supercars that he's concerned about.

‘Wreaks havoc!’ Jeremy Clarkson blasts government amid crayfish sales ban at Diddly Squat - express - USA
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14.06.2022 / 11:03

‘Wreaks havoc!’ Jeremy Clarkson blasts government amid crayfish sales ban at Diddly Squat

Jeremy Clarkson was left enraged by the government rules around selling crayfish, which he claims “continue to wreak havoc” at his Diddly Squat Farm.The Clarkson’s Farm presenter wanted to sell the crayfish at his farm shop, but has so far been prevented from doing so.Jeremy, 62, wants to fund work on a lake by catching and selling crustaceans in it as “glorified prawn cocktails”.The former Top Gear presenter went on to explain: “The problem is the crayfish I have are American.“They’re labelled an invasive species.“The Government’s forced to spend millions employing a team to make and apply rules about what can and can’t be done with them.” The Amazon Prime star was told by the Environment Agency that it is “currently unable to process applications to trap crayfish”.This put an end to his plans, leading Jeremy to slam the government and the way it operates.He fumed: “The upshot is the crayfish will continue to wreak havoc."Whereas if the government employed fewer spies and fewer bureaucrats and wrote fewer rules, it'd be a little bit better.

Jeremy Clarkson aims savage jibe at Springwatch presenters after badger 'stamping' remark - express
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09.06.2022 / 00:53

Jeremy Clarkson aims savage jibe at Springwatch presenters after badger 'stamping' remark

Jeremy Clarkson caused horror when he told the world that he would "happily stamp repeatedly" on the head of a badger if he encountered one on his land. Now he has directed a savage jibe at the presenters of Springwatch after they spoke out in defence of the species, countering that it is the "most terrible" one on the planet.Jeremy, 62, exclaimed on Twitter today: "I can’t imagine the nation’s hedgehogs, lapwings or farmers are as pleased about badgers as the presenters of Springwatch."He had already exchanged angry comments with Chris Packham earlier this year about who was responsible for the decline in hedgehogs, with Chris insisting that farmers were to blame, and Jeremy pointing to badgers.The comment today, made in view of his 7.7 million followers, reignited the debate.@AlanPWig1 hit back: "I like badgers more than people."However an unrepentant Jeremy didn't skip a beat when he responded: "They are the most terrible animals on earth."@sandle08 stood up for the Clarkson's Farm star, insisting that the species is responsible for the decimation of local wildlife."Thank you Clarkson for speaking out," he exclaimed."Not many people with the celebrity pull come out with the truth."He added: "Farmers are not to blame for the decline in songbirds,bees and hedgehogs.

Jeremy Clarkson and girlfriend mortified after stumbling across man 'pleasuring himself' - express
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06.06.2022 / 21:23

Jeremy Clarkson and girlfriend mortified after stumbling across man 'pleasuring himself'

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, and his girlfriend Lisa Hogan got more than they bargained for when they pulled over next to someone's vehicle believing that he might be a "poacher".

Jeremy Clarkson issued stern warning by Kaleb Cooper over farm addition 'Don't damage it!' - express - Britain - USA
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19.05.2022 / 14:09

Jeremy Clarkson issued stern warning by Kaleb Cooper over farm addition 'Don't damage it!'

The clip was shared in full view of the Diddly Squat Farm Shop's 769,000 Instagram followers. Jeremy captioned the post: “A shiny new thing from Kaleb.” The new equipment was a 1,000 kilogram toolbox which could be picked up by, and attached to, the front of a tractor. The duo can be seen in the video examining the toolbox, with Jeremy expressing deep awe for the new equipment. “That’s so cool!” he said in the video. Kaleb then retorted to this by reminding Jeremy: “Don’t damage it.” Jeremy then went round the back of the equipment to check where it was constructed. He read: “Made in Great Britain.” Kaleb expanded: “In Yorkshire!” Fans rushed to the post to share their thoughts on the subject. Chrissiebricknell wrote: “Don’t damage it,” with two laughing emojis. Jamie_davison123 quipped: “Bet Jeremy never knew what it was or how to use it.” The_woofpack1 penned with a laughing emoji: “The excitement in Kalebs voice.”Notoverthehillyet1234 pressed: “When season 2 starting ? TELL US!!” Geoffers08 wrote: “The best things are made in Yorkshire, that will even the weight out nicely.”Clarkson’s Farm began airing in June 2021. It follows Jeremy Clarkson as he attempts to run a farm in the countryside.Having no prior experience running a farm, Jeremy contends with bad weather, disobedient animals, and a pandemic. Filming is underway for a second season of the documentary show. Kaleb teased in an Instagram post three days ago that the season would be released in August. 

‘Hunger makes people eat neighbours!’ Jeremy Clarkson’s cannibalism fears amid food crisis - express - Britain - Ukraine
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18.05.2022 / 10:17

‘Hunger makes people eat neighbours!’ Jeremy Clarkson’s cannibalism fears amid food crisis

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, has a “general sense that everything will be all right in the end”, but when it comes to the food shortage crisis, he feels very differently.

‘Wish he hadn’t entered’ Jeremy Clarkson says Eurovision's Sam Ryder will 'get beaten’ - express - Britain - Ukraine - Russia
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14.05.2022 / 14:47

‘Wish he hadn’t entered’ Jeremy Clarkson says Eurovision's Sam Ryder will 'get beaten’

Clarksons Farm star Jeremy Clarkson has admitted he wishes the UK’s 2020 Eurovision entry Sam Ryder “hadn’t entered” the competition this year.The former Top Gear host went on to explain how he felt the singer’s talents have been wasted on the competition because he was “always going to get beaten” by the Ukrainian entry for this year.Jeremy, 62, has shared his thoughts on the UK’s chances in the Eurovision Song Contest this year. Britain has a reputation for placing at the bottom of the leaderboard year after year. Sam, 32, is hoping to change our country’s fortunes this year, however, with his positively-received song SPACE MAN. Despite the hype, Jeremy remains unconvinced that this year could spell victory for us Brits.But he did praise Sam for his incredible vocal capabilities in his latest column. “For some time, I’ve been listening in awe to Sam Ryder singing on TikTok,” Jeremy wrote.“He may be a vegetablist and a beardy but he seems like a nice lad and his voice has the power to knock down walls.“Which is why I wish he hadn’t entered this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.” This year, Ukraine is tipped to do well in the competition - a likelihood that can be attributed, at least in part, to Russia’s brutal ongoing invasion of the country. Meanwhile, Russia has been banned from Eurovision, with the European Broadcasting Union making their final ruling on the matter back in February. Reflecting on Sam’s talents, Jeremy continued: “He was always going to get beaten by the Ukrainian entry.“Even if they’d fielded two dogs barking at one another,” he added in his piece for the Sun.The Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra is competing on behalf of their country this year, with special permission to leave Ukraine in order to

Jeremy Clarkson suffers another blow at Diddly Squat Farm as car park expansion refused - express
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09.05.2022 / 16:03

Jeremy Clarkson suffers another blow at Diddly Squat Farm as car park expansion refused

Jeremy Clarkson’s application to expand the car park at his Diddly Squat Farm has reportedly been rejected.The TV presenter had been hoping to increase the number of parking spaces in the compound from 10 to 70.The application also outlined new entry and exit points off Chipping Norton Road, as well as a storage compound, according to the BBC.The aforementioned outlet reported that the West Oxfordshire District Council had declined the plans, saying they would have been "visually intrusive”.West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC) explained in its decision notice issued on Friday that the location, size and design of the application would not have been "compatible or consistent in scale with the existing farming business or its open countryside location”.It added that it would have had a "harmful impact on the rural character, scenic beauty and tranquillity of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”.The update comes after an application for a restaurant on the property was refused by the council in January.Jeremy had faced backlash from the local community over his idea to expand the farm.More than 50 objections from local residents were registered with the council.Soon after the application was rejected Jeremy broke his silence in a post shared on Twitter.Taking to the social media platform, an online user questioned if the presenter-turned-farmer had any vacancies available.The Twitter user, who went by the name Suzie Pennington, wrote: "Hi Jeremy. Do you take on work experience on the farm?“My son...

Jeremy Clarkson spills ‘spoiler’ for girlfriend Lisa's birthday in bizarre Tiffany's visit - express - Ireland
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09.05.2022 / 09:07

Jeremy Clarkson spills ‘spoiler’ for girlfriend Lisa's birthday in bizarre Tiffany's visit

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, has been shopping while searching for “missing Londoners” in his latest column.The car enthusiast included a “spoiler” about where he purchased his girlfriend Lisa Hogan’s upcoming birthday gift.On Sunday, the star of Clarkson’s Farm wrote about his frustrations with London feeling “empty” and said luxury retailers seemed to have forgotten what they were selling due to “inactivity”.The 62-year-old spoke about visiting Tiffany on Bond Street, but admitted this was a “spoiler for Lisa’s birthday,” which is in a “couple of weeks”.Recalling one of his recent visits to London, Jeremy said: “Later I went into Tiffany on Bond Street, which is a bit of a spoiler for Lisa’s birthday in a couple of weeks.”Jeremy observed there was a distinct lack of customers when he visited.He said: “There must have been 20 staff standing around serving absolutely no customers at all.“‘And what brings you to Tiffany’s, sir?’ said the man on the door.”Jeremy wasn’t impressed by this question and added: “As though he’d forgotten what they sold there.”“‘I need some potatoes and a bag of carrots,” Jeremy joked.He told The Sunday Times that “boredom and inactivity” could be to blame for the sales assistant not understanding the joke.Lisa, who is Jeremy’s co-star on the Amazon Prime show, Clarkson’s Farm has revealed what is in store for their relationship in a new interview.The couple have been dating since 2017, when they were introduced to each other by mutual friends.The Irish model spoke to Fabulous magazine and said they don’t have any plans to marry or have children in the near future.Lisa said: “Mrs Clarkson? No, thank you, I like Lisa Hogan.

Jeremy Clarkson blasts Putin’s office: ‘Decorated it by spending £1million at Woolworths!’ - express
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04.05.2022 / 09:19

Jeremy Clarkson blasts Putin’s office: ‘Decorated it by spending £1million at Woolworths!’

During season one of Clarkson’s Farm, Jeremy broke down in tears after visiting an abattoir.He had driven three sick ewes there to be killed and it had proven to be an emotional experience.He had said: “I’m a sheep farmer, this is what sheep farmers do, they take their animals to make, they take them to the abattoir.”He wanted to say goodbye to the sheep but was told by the abattoir manager that it was too late.“Are they really..? Are they dead?” Jeremy exclaimed.He looked around for his beloved ewes and was in tears when he got back to his car.

‘With a heavy heart’ Jeremy Clarkson talks 'guilt' over farm dilemma, leaving Kaleb fuming - express
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01.05.2022 / 16:35

‘With a heavy heart’ Jeremy Clarkson talks 'guilt' over farm dilemma, leaving Kaleb fuming

Jeremy Clarkson, 62, has revealed Kaleb Cooper met his most recent moral dilemma on Diddly Squat Farm with a “chorus” of tutting noises and “oh for God’s sake”, in disapproval. However, Jeremy couldn’t get over his “guilt” when he discovered a tiny mouse was trapped in the frame of his seed drill last week.Kaleb urged Jeremy not to worry about the creature, as the spring barley needed to be planted without delay.The car enthusiast admitted: “I couldn’t go out into the fields and unfurl this enormous machine — it’s like an oil rig, only bigger and more complicated — knowing that a sweet little mouse was in there. “And that in all probability it wouldn’t survive.“Kaleb was staggered by this and pointed out that the whole farmyard is littered with mouse and rat traps.”While acknowledging that his co-star and colleague had a point, Jeremy was left “white-faced with horror and guilt” when he thought he had rescued the mouse, only for it to take shelter under the back wheel of his tractor.Jeremy then embarked on another rescue attempt, by doing “the best hill start you’ve ever seen”.The star ran into trouble yet again, as he recalled in his latest column for The Sunday Times: “Straight away there was a problem. “Because as this 3.5-tonne machine rose from the ground, it pulled the tractor backwards about nine inches.  “A sickening nine inches.

Kaleb Cooper says he and Jeremy Clarkson argue behind scenes before crew 'stop' them - express
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28.04.2022 / 19:03

Kaleb Cooper says he and Jeremy Clarkson argue behind scenes before crew 'stop' them

Amazon Prime co-star Jeremy Clarkson regularly argue behind the scenes of Clarkson's Farm as camera crews aren't there to stop them.The feisty relationship between the two has been well documented, but in a new interview, Kaleb has opened up on the goings at Diddly Squat Farm when cameras aren't rolling.When asked how often they argue, Kaleb joked: "Probably more, because we don't have a film crew stopping us!" The pair's antics have regularly made for compelling viewing.Kaleb has on occasion been forced to drag Jeremy's £40,000 Lamborghini tractor out of ditches, before scoffing that to Jeremy, the valuable equipment is just an "ornament".He hasn't held back on calling him an "idiot", either, as Jeremy gets to grips with the challenging lifestyle of a farmer.Kaleb had famously admitted he'd never previously read a book and the first one he picked up, Jeremy's Diddly Squat: One Year On the Farm, featured colourful insults about him.However, dismissing the claim that he is a "tractor driver", Kaleb hit back: "That's f***ing s**t."I'm a farm manager. I'm the boss.

Kaleb Cooper insists 'every farm should have a farm shop' despite Diddly Squat backlash - express - Britain
express.co.uk
23.04.2022 / 00:55

Kaleb Cooper insists 'every farm should have a farm shop' despite Diddly Squat backlash

Jeremy Clarkson, 61, and his show Clarkson's Farm.The farmer took to Instagram today to talk about Diddly Squat's farm shop, despite the backlash the shop has received in the past.Kaleb posted a video to his Instagram story from his tractor as he did the rounds at Diddly Squat.He posted the video in view of his one million Instagram followers.Kaleb said: "I think every farm should have a farm shop."He then moved the camera to show off the burger he had on his lap, insinuating it was from Diddly's farm shop.After zooming into the burger, he exclaimed: "Woah!"Kaleb's comments come after a two year fight with residents living around Diddly Squat farm.However, the complaints have escalated massively in recent months as the public have begun to write letters to the local council to complain about the farm's expansion.Jeremy has been looking to add a 60-space car park with a separate entrance.This was planned to please local residents after many complained of cars being parked on the side of roads around the area.However, many still aren’t happy as they call his shop an "eyesore".While West Oxfordshire District Council decides what to do on Jeremy's expansion plans, residents have sent in several letters which are free for the public to read.Nigel Winser, from Chadlington, wrote the following in objection: "If the Farm Shop was loyal to selling local farm produce, the small car park is appropriate."Alas, the shop is already selling souvenirs that attract a large number of buyers from all corners of the UK."This trend will continue to grow year on year, with an increasing number of national and international buyers.

'Didn't know' Clarkson's Farm's Kaleb Cooper breaks silence on being branded a 'sell-out' - express
express.co.uk
13.04.2022 / 05:23

'Didn't know' Clarkson's Farm's Kaleb Cooper breaks silence on being branded a 'sell-out'

Amazon Prime Video series Clarkson’s Farm, faced backlash when he began work on other projects.

'More control than Jeremy!' Kaleb Cooper's fans on clip of star's baby son with tractor - express
express.co.uk
02.04.2022 / 23:23

'More control than Jeremy!' Kaleb Cooper's fans on clip of star's baby son with tractor

Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper posted an adorable clip of his baby son playing with a toy tractor while reflecting on his own childhood.The TV star, 22, filmed the tot pushing around a tiny green tractor, leading one of his followers to quip that the one-year-old had better "control" over the toy vehicle than Kaleb's co-star Jeremy Clarkson does over the real thing following his crash on Diddly Squat Farm.In view of his one million followers, the star reflected on his own time playing with toy tractors when he was younger.Kaleb captioned the post: "How it all started with me."In the adorable video, Oscar could be seen sitting on the floor while pushing a green tractor around."What you got Os?" Kaleb could be heard asking the tot as he played with the mini tractor.A post shared by Kaleb Cooper (@cooper_kaleb)"Just how I started," he affectionately added before ending the video.After posting the sweet clip, Kaleb's followers took to the comments to weigh in on the moment.Instagram user 3rdgensarah wrote: "He will be out ploughing fields in no time!"Skogsmaskinsforarn added: "Well crashing a tractor is going into the accident-book -thing," followed by a laughing face.Lisajayne5484 commented: "He wants a Lamborghini!"Others couldn't help but quip that the tot has better skills at driving the toy tractor than Kaleb's Clarkson's Farm co-star, Jeremy.Rdbennett.60 jibed: "Got more control than Jeremy of a tractor."While Bubblecurls added: "Show Jeremy a thing or two already.""Has to be said, he actually handles a tractor better than Jeremy," andy.wilman wrote.The comments come after Jeremy revealed he crashed his Lamborghini tractor on Diddly Squat Farm last year, which led to him seeking assistance from farmhand Kaleb.Jeremy

Jeremy Clarkson's co-star Kaleb Cooper shares worries over damage on farm ‘Getting costly' - express
express.co.uk
28.03.2022 / 17:03

Jeremy Clarkson's co-star Kaleb Cooper shares worries over damage on farm ‘Getting costly'

Clarkson’s Farm’s fans an update on his work at Diddly Squat, as he helped repair a broken tractor.The head farmer shared a video earlier today on his Instagram story showing the damage.In the clip, uploaded in view of Kaleb’s one million followers, a man could be seen trying to repair the tractor.He also panned the camera to the floor as fuel leaked from the vehicle, to give viewers an idea of how much was being lost.Kaleb could be heard in the background saying: “She’s getting costly, Kieran. All that fuel on the floor.

Jeremy Clarkson urged by police to add big gate to Diddly Squat Farm 'to keep out doggers' - express - county Norton
express.co.uk
22.03.2022 / 18:43

Jeremy Clarkson urged by police to add big gate to Diddly Squat Farm 'to keep out doggers'

Jeremy Clarkson's Diddly Squat farm shop to prevent anti-social behaviour at night.The area, which is owned by the Clarkson’s Farm star, has reportedly proven to be a magnet for sexual thrill-seekers.Jeremy, 61, has applied for permission to build a large car park on the site of his Diddly Squat farm shop.However, police have warned that due to its large profile, thanks to Jeremy's popular Amazon Prime series, the farm will attract anti-social behaviour at night.Last year, the Daily Star reported that the area has proven to be popular with doggers and other sexual thrill-seekers.On that basis, the police have since recommended that the former Top Gear presenter pay for a gate to keep out such exhibitionists. Thames Valley Police’s crime prevention advisor Kevin Cox has told the local council: "It is to be expected that this site may well generate significant interest, and due to its isolated rural location, I have concerns that it may be vulnerable to crime and antisocial behaviour."Currently I do not feel this application adequately considers the potential for crime and disorder, and I recommend that the applicants provide a Crime Prevention and Security Statement."In order to protect the site and prevent unauthorised vehicle intrusion outside of opening hours, I recommend gates are added to the entrance and exit route."Doggers and other such exhibitionists have reportedly been meeting up on Jeremy’s land, which is currently not protected by alarms, electric fences, or guard dogs.Conversations about the risque meetings were even discovered on a private sex website.Jeremy’s land in Chipping Norton in the Cotswolds was said to be mentioned frequently on the forum, with some suggesting they “sneak in”.Express.co.uk have

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