Mr Guttenberg does not need a job. He gets more than he needs from his family estate in Bavaria. If duty impels him, German politics will be all the richer.
I’m just wondering how The Guardian would take my using a similar argument for a British politician that I’ve worked with, Lord Willoughby de Broke.
Something like a 12th century title, family estate, financially independent, does it all out of a sense of duty, not necessity.
Just cannot see them buying it somehow.
They didn’t buy it for Michael Ancram either.