In the next ten years, Jeremy Clarkson believes the government will ‘c*** everything up.’

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In the next ten years, Jeremy Clarkson believes the government will ‘c*** everything up.’

After winning an award for British farming for his smash Amazon Prime series Clarkson’s Farm, Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson lambasted the ‘f***ing’ government.

Following his Amazon Prime series Clarkson’s Farm, Jeremy Clarkson expressed his contentious views on the UK government after winning his first award at the British Farming Awards.

At the annual awards ceremony held at the National Conference Centre in Birmingham on Thursday night, the former Top Gear host received the Flying the Flag for British Agriculture award.

When he came up to the stage to claim his award, he praised his adoring staff, especially fan favorite Kaleb Cooper, and expressed his displeasure with the government’s recent treatment of agricultural workers.

The dad-of-three revealed the farming show would return for a second series in a now-viral video published by Save British Farming on Twitter, following the surprising support from fans online.

“I just hope and pray we’re all still here in 10 years’ time once this f***ing administration has c***ed up absolutely everything,” he said before accepting the award.”

“We’re doing a second series and we’re not going to take no nonsense lying down, I can assure you of that, so let’s just go f**k them up the a**, eh?” the appreciative crowd cheered the first-time farmer as he continued: “We’re doing a second series and we’re not going to take no nonsense lying down, I can assure you of that, so let’s just go f**k them up the “Many thanks to everyone.” The Grand Tour star was also named the National Farmers’ Union’s (NFU) Farming Champion 2021 earlier this month, which was his second honor for speaking up for the agricultural community.

His ardent supporters quickly flocked to Twitter to express their displeasure with his controversially political acceptance speech.

“Hell has frozen over,” one user admitted. *calls ambulance* I agree with Jeremy Clarkson.” “Mr Jeremy Clarkson saying what we are all thinking about this government!” another supporter remarked. Jezza, you did a fantastic job! “@JeremyClarkson,” he said, adding an emoji of a thumbs up.

“Can’t say I’ve ever been a fan of Clarkson,” another added, “but after watching the farm and seeing some humility, he won me over, and now this.”

“It will be fascinating to see how many of his fans react to his new attitude,” they continued.

But this isn’t the first time the automobile enthusiast has criticized the government’s policies; last month, he encouraged authorities to “back off” UK farmers by requiring them to “complete in less forms.”

Jeremy was a supporter of the NFU’s Back British Farming Day. The news is summarized by Brinkwire.

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