`Weakest Link' Host Snaps
THE President of the Oxford Union claimed yesterday that Anne Robinson refused to host a charity version of The Weakest Link after discovering he was the grandson of a judge who denied her custody of her daughter. Ambrose Faulks, 21, admitted that when he asked the star to host the event at the prestigious university debating society, it was ``not a good idea'' to tell her about his grandfather, the late Sir Neville Faulks.
In her autobiography, Ms Robinson singled out the judge for criticism for awarding custody of her then two-year-old daughter Emma to her husband at a 1973 court hearing.
But Mr Faulks, a cousin of Birdsong author Sebastian Faulks, criticised the …
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