Well, here I am, two hours into my sixty-sixth year. From tomorrow on I’m entitled to various benefits, or so I gather—a state pension of so many pounds a week, free travel on public transport, reduced fees on the railways. I assume. I’m also entitled to subsidiary benefits—a respectful atte…
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