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Rachel Johnson: Getting sacked is a badge of honour. And I should know

15 September 2018

9:00 AM

15 September 2018

9:00 AM

People are still asking ‘So, how was your summer’ and mine was nice as far as it went: I didn’t ‘go away’ but spent long weeks rambling on Exmoor in the drizzle, baking scones and making and remaking beds for the various guests who came and went, supplying them with endless free hot meals.

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