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On the double

Money Marketing news editor James Phillips had all the luck in the run-up to Christmas, managing to bag himself two iPods in one day.

Not content with picking up the latest state-of-the art MP3 player at a T.Bailey do in the afternoon, he drew the lucky ticket at the evening’s Bupa event for a new video iPod, filling a big hole in his Christmas gift list.

Unfortunately, his luck did not spill over into the Alliance & Leicester journ-alist computer game competition, where his exceptional endeavours were beaten at the last minute by those with even more time on their hands.

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