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A little too hard to stomach

Positive Solutions’ charis-matic chief executive David Harrison really does insist on an open forum with his IFA partners.

At the annual confer-ence last week, Harrison felt it necessary to share with the 1,000-plus audience that a recent spell of medication had tampered with his digestive system.

Seems the reason for taking them in the first place was that in trying to break into his own house, climbing through a window, Harrison hurt his arm, thus requiring painkillers.

There is sometimes such a thing as too much information.

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