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Sadie left home in the 1950s and was last seen in Bristol in the 1960s.

None of the Muirhead family in London know anything about her.

She paid the £200 for voluntary lifelong membership to the Union, which has attracted speakers from Albert Einstein to Michael Jackson, because, she says: ‘I just wanted to see famous people speak there.’ It was when a friend of a friend ran for president that she became interested in the Union’s election process.Indeed, Madeline’s humourless treatment over the past few weeks calls to mind The Scarlet Letter, the 19th Century novel in which a woman is forced to wear a symbol of her sin.‘They wanted to make an example of me because I was honest about the way the Union works and expressed my views about it – which is ironic for a society that constantly cranks out a Harold Macmillan quote about being a “last bastion of free speech”.’The day after the tribunal, Madeline resigned her membership.It was our usually cheerful daughter Madeline, in tears and sounding utterly unnerved.It chimes with my impressions of the Union when I studied English at St Hugh’s College in the Seventies.

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