The Astoria Hotel, Leningrad 1985. Blurry photo by largely unamused Soviet waiter.
I had something of an Afro in those days.
It seems that Eddy Vaizey, front left, will have lost the Conservative whip today. We all knew he'd come good in the end. (His father was a Labour Peer.)
He finds himself in good company - the 'father of the house', the former chancellor, Churchill's grandson and my father's much-appreciated local MP for Newbury, Richard Benyon.
(Carlsberg, probably - in fact definitely - the best lager in the USSR.)