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‘I didn’t earn the taxable minimum until I was nearly 40.’ Of Jeremy Corbyn, he says: ‘I’m quite a fan.

There are a lot of things Corbyn believes that I believe.

His baroque sensibility is further evidenced by his papal intaglio ring, a semiprecious stone engraved with the image of an owl, a present from Nicola, which he is wearing on his little finger; his cufflinks are made out of iridescent beetles’ wings.

He has grizzled salt and pepper hair, doggedly British teeth and a slightly fey voice. With this ridiculous voice and my bow tie...’ Weirdly, the result is sexy; vulnerable rather than oleaginous.

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In an interview with The New York Times, Gucci admitted that he was dependent on drugs before he went to prison; he smoked weed and drank alcohol as far back as his teenage years, and he began drinking lean at age 21.At home in Fulham he has a cabinet of curiosities including a stuffed hoopoe, Haitian voodoo dolls and dinosaur poo.(His supplier is Emma Hawkins, of Hawkins & Hawkins.) His other indulgence is bespoke tailoring.Never meet your heroes: the heart-throbs are always cripplingly insecure; the pop stars can’t sing; and the fearless, merciless critics who fire off twice-weekly columns of barbed, brilliantly aimed missiles turn out to be kindly, needy and earnest.‘I can’t bear cynicism; I hate irony,’ says AA Gill, palpating his custom-made worry beads.

In an interview with The New York Times, Gucci admitted that he was dependent on drugs before he went to prison; he smoked weed and drank alcohol as far back as his teenage years, and he began drinking lean at age 21.At home in Fulham he has a cabinet of curiosities including a stuffed hoopoe, Haitian voodoo dolls and dinosaur poo.(His supplier is Emma Hawkins, of Hawkins & Hawkins.) His other indulgence is bespoke tailoring.Never meet your heroes: the heart-throbs are always cripplingly insecure; the pop stars can’t sing; and the fearless, merciless critics who fire off twice-weekly columns of barbed, brilliantly aimed missiles turn out to be kindly, needy and earnest.‘I can’t bear cynicism; I hate irony,’ says AA Gill, palpating his custom-made worry beads.There is a lot about being an addict that makes you very duplicitous. My eight-year-old son Beetle is quite dyslectic and he has more charm than an entire finishing school…’ For all his vulnerability, Gill, 61, is a supremely powerful journalist.