Telegraph | News | The Earl of Shaftesbury: "It was said, after his mysterious disappearance from a Cannes nightclub, that the 10th Earl, like Gladstone, had been devoting himself to helping vulnerable young girls working in nightspots on the French Riviera to start new lives. But as the mystery deepened, it seemed that his interest was more than merely philanthropic.

Indeed, Lord Shaftesbury had always exhibited a weakness for exotic women. At Eton he had famously penned an article for the college magazine in which he described English debutantes as 'round-shouldered, unsophisticated garglers of pink champagne'. His subsequent amorous career was notable for his avoidance of the species."

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