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So through that upbringing I don’t actually believe in debt. I definitely spend, but I don’t just spend it on myself. I believe the more you give, the more you get, and I live my life through that. When Ecstasy first came out, I probably made a lot of money but I’ve never made a lot of money from crime. It was just a lifestyle choice that I fell into through rebellion but I’ve never claimed benefits and I wouldn’t do now.

Even now I go through difficult patches without earning money but I would never consider going to the social.

"I latched onto Malcolm as somebody who opened doors for me," Westwood said.

"I mean, he seemed to know everything I needed at the time."In 1971, Mclaren opened a boutique shop at 430 Kings Road in London and started filling it with Westwood's designs.

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It follows the lives of dozens of bizarre townspeople, all of whom are played by the show's writers—Jeremy Dyson, Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton, and Reece Shearsmith—who formed the League of Gentlemen comedy troupe in 1995.

The series was filmed mainly in Hadfield; other locations include Glossop, Gamesley, and Hope Valley in Derbyshire; Marsden and Todmorden in West Yorkshire; and Bacup in East Lancashire; and Mottram in Greater Manchester.

Then I found out what being really posh was and realised we weren’t posh at all. I used to wash my dad’s car, do paper rounds and I didn’t get money given to me.

It was instilled in me ethically that if you wanted money you had to go and get it yourself, and that’s how I was brought up.