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Personal Astrologer to Britain

Politichuckle

As a noted astrologer, my special skill is to be able to read the signs, from whatever sources are available, to get at the truth. It’s not easy, I can tell you, particularly when, like a Scottish Cassandra but with considerably less hair, no one believes me.

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