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James Delingpole

My daughter’s gone to Magaluf, and it’s hard not to worry

13 July 2019

9:00 AM

13 July 2019

9:00 AM

At the Leavers’ Ball held to mark our daughter’s last day at boarding school, there were only two topics of conversation among the anxious parents. How early could we decently slope off without being rebuked by our girls? And the dreaded Leavers’ trip to Magaluf.

Magaluf — Shagaluf as the kids all call it — is the post-A-levels destination of choice for what seems like every school leaver in the country.

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