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When Jacob Rees-Mogg was eleven years old, he set out his life plan: he’d be a millionaire at the age of 20, a multi-millionaire by 40 and then Prime Minister by 70, “when I’ve made enough money to afford to waste some on politics”. But as he said recently, he’d never have imagined following Bruce Forsyth in selling out the 2,300-seat London Palladium - as he did on Tuesday. I spotted Andrew Lloyd Webber in the crowd, perhaps trying to work out what on earth was going on. It’s a very good question.

The Mogg show was organised by The Spectator and none of my colleagues can understand it either. We initially booked a small venue, but when it sold out in two days we gambled on booking one of the...

When Jacob Rees-Mogg was eleven years old, he set out his life plan: he’d be a millionaire at the age of 20, a multi-millionaire by 40 and then Prime Minister by 70, “when I’ve made enough money to afford to waste some on politics”. But as he said recently, he’d never have imagined following Bruce Forsyth in selling out the 2,300-seat London Palladium - as he did on Tuesday. I spotted Andrew Lloyd Webber in the crowd, perhaps trying to work out what on earth was going on. It’s a very good question.

The Mogg show was organised by The Spectator and none of my colleagues can understand it either. We initially booked a small venue, but when it sold out in two days we gambled on booking one of the...

When Jacob Rees-Mogg was eleven years old, he set out his life plan: he’d be a millionaire at the age of 20, a multi-millionaire by 40 and then Prime Minister by 70, “when I’ve made enough money to afford to waste some on politics”. But as he said recently, he’d never have imagined following Bruce Forsyth in selling out the 2,300-seat London Palladium - as he did on Tuesday. I spotted Andrew Lloyd Webber in the crowd, perhaps trying to work out what on earth was going on. It’s a very good question.

The Mogg show was organised by The Spectator and none of my colleagues can understand it either. We initially booked a small venue, but when it sold out in two days we gambled on booking one of the...

When Jacob Rees-Mogg was eleven years old, he set out his life plan: he’d be a millionaire at the age of 20, a multi-millionaire by 40 and then Prime Minister by 70, “when I’ve made enough money to afford to waste some on politics”. But as he said recently, he’d never have imagined following Bruce Forsyth in selling out the 2,300-seat London Palladium - as he did on Tuesday. I spotted Andrew Lloyd Webber in the crowd, perhaps trying to work out what on earth was going on. It’s a very good question.

The Mogg show was organised by The Spectator and none of my colleagues can understand it either. We initially booked a small venue, but when it sold out in two days we gambled on booking one of the...