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• Ralph Jones is a freelance writer
The obvious answer is the traffic pile-ups. But we’ll get on to that later.
Try to imagine being a member of the Beatles at the height of their fame, at the top of their game. Imagine how it must have felt, being the recipient of that unconditional admiration; being able to sing lyrics like ‘“Semolina pilchards / Climbing up the Eiffel Tower / Elementary penguin singing Hare Krishna” and, rather than being quietly escorted out of the building, having hordes of young women faint with arousal. Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive.