The Jewish Chronicle calls to explain further following my earlier post. Jenni (with an i - my apologies) had heard Abrahams might be at the dinner and had set out to corner him. But the interview in question was not that night. It had come in dribs and drabs. "We had several conversations with him," says Richard Burton, the managing editor, as they were trying to pin him down: notes through door and everything. And during these conversations (which Abrahams may not consider to have been a formal interview, but there you go) they jotted down his comments. And woosh: today's exclusive.