Clarkson’s Farm star Kaleb Cooper has been spotted outside Downing Street today.

Charlie Ireland, Jeremy Clarkson’s land agent and Kaleb Cooper, Mr Clarkson’s right-hand man on the farm, were seen by The Sun’s political editor, Harry Cole, standing outside the famous Number 10 door.

It is understood that prime minister Rishi Sunak is hosting a Farm to Fork Summit today at Downing Street, which is bringing together representatives from the farming industry and the UK food supply chain.

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Before the summit started, Mr Suank said he would “always back British farmers”.


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He continued: "I pay tribute to their hard work and dedication all year round which keeps shelves stocked and food on our tables.

“Supporting our farmers and food producers must, and always will be, at the heart of our plans to grow the economy and build a more prosperous country.

“That’s why I’m proud to host this summit, and working together, I’m determined to build resilience, strengthen our food security and champion the best of British at home and overseas.”

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The government has promised to put farmers’ interests at the “heart of trade policy” through a new framework for trade talks.

In addition to this, the government has announced up to £30 million of investment to push forward the use of precision breeding technologies.