[stringfellow] The Guardian interviews Peter Stringfellow. ‘Stringfellow says 60 is a suitable age to take life more seriously, share his wisdom, help William [Hague] become prime minister. “I have all the toys, man. It’s all here. I have a club full of beautiful girls, eat and drink what the hell I want, go where the hell I want, when the hell I want. If there’s a party I just ring up and say I’ll accept. At the Conservative ball two days ago, it was brilliant, chatting to William. Ffion and Lucy get on like a house on fire. It’s a wonderful life I’ve got.”‘
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