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Gentlemen's clubs; ask the doctor; Myrtle Simpson

Is there still a place for so-called gentlemen's clubs? Plus, ask the doctor and should you have a pre-death declutter?

The Presidents Club says it is to close following allegations that hostesses were groped at its men-only annual charity dinner. There was widespread outrage following claims about the event by an undercover FT reporter, and charities said they would return past donations. It has also led to the resignation of a Department for Education director.
Is there still a place for so called Gentlemen's Clubs?

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