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The free spirits

Clarissa Dickson Wright (1947 – 2014)

Clarissa Dickson WrightThis outspoken bon vivant was Rector of the University of Aberdeen from 1998 to 2004. One half of the “Two Fat Ladies”, Dickson Wright was known as “Krakatoa” because of her fiery temper and became the country’s youngest barrister at 21. She once had sex with an MP behind the Speaker’s chair in the house of Commons, offended the animal rights lobby by suggesting that Britons should eat badgers and was bankrupted thrice. Her full name was Clarissa Theresa Philomena Aileen Mary Josephine Agnes Elsie Trilby Louise Esmerelda Dickson Wright.



3 comments on “Clarissa Dickson Wright (1947 – 2014)”

  1. It can be considered to be a historical event, Miss Wright succeeded in making an MP come on time in House of Commons. A remarkable achievement, she certainly managed to cook up a storm.

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