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Lunch at the House of Lords

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Lords a Leapin' 
On Wednesday, I was a rare visitor to the House of Lords to have lunch with my old mucker, John Maxton, now Lord Maxton, with whom I shared four years, 
when he was an MP, on the DCMS Select Committee chaired by Geraldo Kaufmann MP. 
Nick Clegg's favourite song maybe As Tears Go By, by the wistful Marianne Faithfull, sponsored by Kleenex, but his understanding of networking is slight.....

Here is the Lord's network.......... 
At lunch I saw John Prescott, Bob Gavron (ex St Ives Press), Anthony St John (Cross Bencher), Sarah Springman, super Triathlete, and a guest of Hugh Robertson MP, Sports Minister, himself a guest of some lordy lordy, Baroness Symons and Tom Hughes-Hallett, CEO, of Marie Curie, with whom I had a breakfast meeting ony last Friday. 
Networking is what we Brits are good at. 


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