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Is Pru staging a dirty war?

You have to wonder whether the man at the Pru is trying to destroy Money Mark-eting’s relationships with rival firms.

How exactly is it doing this? By exerting its iron fist as landlord and preventing journalists from showering. Far-fetched, you may think, or just cunning?Having put up with cold showers for months, the cat was finally let out the bag by Prudential last week – it owns MM’s Wells Street office.

“So the fact that the shower is broken is down to you?” we asked. But the question has not been answered. We await the Pru’s next move.

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