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Move Along, Please, by Mark Mason - review

28 September 2013

9:00 AM

28 September 2013

9:00 AM

Move Along, Please Mark Mason

Random House, pp.311, £12.99, ISBN: 9781847947109

Mrs Thatcher was widely believed to have said that ‘any man over the age of 26 who finds himself on a bus can count himself a failure in life’. In fact there’s no evidence Thatcher ever said it — the most likely culprit is the Duchess of Westminster.

Mark Mason loves buses, and doesn’t much seem to care if anyone thinks he’s a failure.

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