Eight Out Of Ten Tory Millionaires Prefer The Bullingdon Club!
No.2 Nat Rothschild and No7 Gideon (George) Osborne, are definitely not so friendly now, the ex members of the elite Bullingdon Club, wouldn't be trusted with guns in colse proximity of each other these days, especially after their spectacular falling out over who said what in front of a Russian billionaire, the friendship fermented at the Bullingdon drinking club at Oxford University has lost its fizz.
(Either that or his plus 4s are too tight!)
Slimy boy George, rarely has there been a more nasty, self opnionated, rude and smug arrogant squeaky voiced little ar*ehole than Gideon (George) Osborne, not since Thatchers reign, but then wait 20 odd years and three turn at once. Osborne, SCameron and Clogg.
- THE HON LUKE BRIDGEMAN
Second son of the 3rd Viscount Bridgeman, he became heir after the death of his older brother. Married with two children, he works for a private equity firm.
- NAT ROTHSCHILD
The only son of Jacob Rothschild and heir to a £750million fortune. After turning his back on alcohol he made a second fortune in his own right with the £11bn Atticus hedge fund. Links to Peter Mandelson and Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska under scrutiny.
- IFTY RIAZ
Believed to have moved abroad.
- GEORGE LATHAM
After completing a geography degree he went to Sandhurst.
Served as an infantry officer in Germany, Bosnia, Canada and Northern Ireland before leaving the Army. Now a City high-flyer, working as senior fund manager of Henderson's Global Care Income fund.
- BARON LUPUS VON MALTZAHN
From a prominent German family. A relative of Baron Bruno Schroder, owner of Schroder private bank. Now a senior manager for a consulting firm and lives in London.
- LORD ALEXANDER HOPE
Son of the 4th Marquess of Linlithgow, his family seat is Hopetoun House, near Edinburgh. Left merchant banking to enter the art world. Now director of UK business development for Christies.
- GIDEON [GEORGE] OSBORNE
The now pretendy Chancellor is the eldest son of baronet Sir Peter Osborne, the founder of wallpaper merchants, Osborne & Little.
His real name is Gideon but he has used his grandfather's name George since the age of 13. He says: 'Life was easier as a George.'
At Oxford he edited the university magazine Isis.
One issue was printed on hemp paper, made of the stems of cannabis plants.