A la Daily Mail style if we were to be writing a hit piece.
A former British public schoolboy and promising classical musician faces years in a Chilean prison after bring caught dealing cocaine, marijuana and ecstasy.
Alexander Harrild, 29, who was educated at the £35,000-a-year Dulwich College, moved to the South American country to pursue his career as a French horn player but told a court in Santiago that he turned to a life of crime after a separate business venture struggled, according to The Mail on Sunday.
If we were hoping to beat up on Farage we might say something like “Farage sent his son to school with suspected drug dealer”.
If on Worstall, perhaps “Worstall’s brother in law taught suspected drug dealer” (for the music master at Dulwich is indeed my brother in law).
That none of us have any connection with him wouldn’t matter: it’s terribly easy to do those sorts of hit jobs.