Tony Fitzjohn

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"Tony Fitzjohn was adopted as a baby and brought up in north London. His birth mother was a Waaf and his father was a married man in the RAF; it was a wartime liaison. He was awarded a bursary to Mill Hill, a London public school. 'He was always a very striking individual,' says the Labour MP Bob Marshall-Andrews QC, the chairman of trustees at Gawpt and a lifelong friend who used to play rugby with Fitzjohn at school. 'And he's always been a non-conformist. Anyone who knew him back then would have said, "He'll either be an immense success or quite the reverse." ' " [1]

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