Fleet Street's soldier boys
You know the drill - you wake up with an empty wallet and a mouth as dry as a standard engagement letter, begin slowly piecing together the night before from the various receipts and fast-food wrappers you've accrued over the course of the evening. Typical expenses - enough tequila to pickle Oliver Reed (anywhere between £40 and £150, depending on the bar); kebab the size of a Tibetan yak (£6); two-minute taxi journey with complementary politically-charged commentary (£120).Alternatively, if you're a partner at Freshfields, you might just have bought yourself a luxurious weekend at a Royal Marine training camp.
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