SIR Paul McCartney has turned down offers of up to £5million to write an autobiography, saying he is too busy touring and making music. The memoirs of the 71-year-old former Beatle have the potential to be one of the most explosive in modern pop culture.
His views on the rise to fame of the group, their bust-ups and eventual split would make compelling reading. Yet Sir Paul, who has just ended a North American tour, is about to release a new record and already has a £500million fortune, said: “I figured so many people have told it so many times, that maybe I don’t need to do it. It is work. That is not something you toss up overnight.