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I agree; there are several links to be found on Google about him. Anthony Rupert 23:53, 24 November 2006 (UTC)
Is this the same Peter Stanford who was knocked to the ground outside his house and had horse manure poured over him in front of his neighbours by Darius Guppy (for allegedly insulting Mr Guppy's wife in an article)? Mr Guppy wrote an article about the incident for the New Statesman  See also  Also 
In which case shouldn't reference be made to it in the main article?