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For charity sake…

Charity was the real winner at the Money Marketing awards last week – along with the dieting industry.

The HSBC table raised £70 for Comic Relief by persuading Hargreaves Lans-down’s vegetable-dodging investment manager Ben Yearsley to eat three helpings of “white chocolate tulip” dessert and 20 large after-dinner chocolates to raise money for the starving.

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