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No golf, no bridge, scared of champagne – it’s tough being a leftie

I used to scorn them. Now I just feel sorry for the poor things

20 February 2016

9:00 AM

20 February 2016

9:00 AM

At a party recently I started talking to a friendly, charming woman and we established early on that she was left-wing. We chatted about this and that and for some reason I asked her if she played golf.

‘Oh no,’ she replied. ‘As I’m left-wing, I am not allowed to play golf.’

I was taken aback.

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