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Jeremy Clarkson vents frustration after being refused planning permissions for farm

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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.

I thought it was, but farmers up and down the country are saying the same thing."Jeremy added: "I haven’t been allowed to build a farm track.

I haven’t been allowed to build a car park even though the locals are saying there’s too many people parking on the road."It just goes on and on and on.

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