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    Tuesday
    Jun082010

    Leverhulme

    The lost great-grandson of Viscount Leverhulme's liaison with Lady Docker sends us missives from London, even though he spends a lot of time on the Continent. The Lever family originally came from Lancashire and made its fortune in soap with such famous brands as Sunlight, Lux and Lifebuoy. Leverhulme was invited by LibDem leader Nick Clegg to be part of his cocktail cabinet, but he declined because he wanted to stay on the wagon. He is often seen at the race track.