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|founders=John Aspinall
 
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|members=Gianni Agnelli, Richard John Bingham, Bob Boothby, Andrew Cavendish, Ian Fleming, Lucian Freud, James Goldsmith,  Dai Llewellyn, Victor Lownes, Kerry Packer, Tiny Rowland, Edward John Stanley, David Stirling, Peter Sellers, Jim Slater
 
|members=Gianni Agnelli, Richard John Bingham, Bob Boothby, Andrew Cavendish, Ian Fleming, Lucian Freud, James Goldsmith,  Dai Llewellyn, Victor Lownes, Kerry Packer, Tiny Rowland, Edward John Stanley, David Stirling, Peter Sellers, Jim Slater
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|description="If the original Clermont set were defined by one quality, it was a reckless taste for taking risks."
 
|description="If the original Clermont set were defined by one quality, it was a reckless taste for taking risks."
 
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The '''Clermont Club''' was a group which met at the Clermont Club (founded in 1960 by [[John Aspinall]]). [[Gambling]] and womanising was a common pastime. "If the original Clermont set were defined by one quality, it was a reckless taste for taking risks."<ref name=tg>https://www.theguardian.com/theguardian/1999/jul/16/features11.g21</ref>
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The '''Clermont Set''' was a group which met at the [[Clermont Club]] (founded in 1960 by [[John Aspinall]]). [[Gambling]] and womanising were common pastimes of its members. "If the original Clermont set were defined by one quality, it was a reckless taste for taking risks."<ref name=tg>https://www.theguardian.com/theguardian/1999/jul/16/features11.g21</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:56, 2 August 2020

Group.png Clermont Set  
(Deep state milieu?)Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Formation1962
FounderJohn Aspinall
Interestsgambling
Membership• Gianni Agnelli
• Richard John Bingham
• Bob Boothby
• Andrew Cavendish
• Ian Fleming
• Lucian Freud
• James Goldsmith
• Dai Llewellyn
• Victor Lownes
• Kerry Packer
• Tiny Rowland
• Edward John Stanley
• David Stirling
• Peter Sellers
• Jim Slater
"If the original Clermont set were defined by one quality, it was a reckless taste for taking risks."

The Clermont Set was a group which met at the Clermont Club (founded in 1960 by John Aspinall). Gambling and womanising were common pastimes of its members. "If the original Clermont set were defined by one quality, it was a reckless taste for taking risks."[1]

Exposure

Adam Curtis mentioned the group in his film The Mayfair Set.

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