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FROM busking in the street to playing Buckingham Palace, Bruce MacGregor has fiddled his way to the top.
SO OUR MPs have fiddled maybe half a million pounds over the last year.
3 : to spend time in aimless activity <They fiddled around and accomplished nothing.
A CLEANER fiddled pounds 22,000 in benefits while dusting and vacuuming for the Queen.
That was a steady beat he said he heard when he fiddled.
The audience whistled and applauded as Tommy, never lifting his head to scan the audience, fiddled his way through song after song.