Jeremy Clarkson has criticised the barrister hired by villagers near his farm in the Cotswolds for singling out the butter sold in his Diddly Squat Farm Shop as an example of why the shop should not have a car park. Clarkson argued that the butter, which is not branded with Diddly Squat and cheaper than tubs of Lurpak, is not a souvenir. The appeal is over whether Clarkson can expand the size of his car park and add features to his farm shop. The future of his restaurant on the farm will be decided in the coming weeks.
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