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Class act

Tsk, tsk, bottom of the class. The Diary can only speculate as to whether the quiz team of a downmarket rival knew what the acronym Isa stands for at the Penrose financial services publishing quiz in the City of London last week.

The Diary&#39s team would have gone to commiserate the rag&#39s bottom placing if they had not collected their coats and conical hats and left as soon as the result was announced.

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