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“The pension fund is now run by the man who used to measure your inner leg.”
City minister Lord Myners on the changes he made at Marks ; Spencer while he was chairman.

“I do not have any views of my own about anything.”
Myners plays it safe when asked about his personal views on the banking crisis at the Which? Future of Banking Commission.

“Wok-based assessments are an alternative to written or oral exams.”
A typo in Sesame’s RDR response suggests advisers could be jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire in their quest for more accessible routes to meeting benchmark qualifications.

“I was locked in a basement somewhere.”
Aegon’s Francis McGee on why he didn’t answer an MM hack’s call last week as he was enjoying the Age UK annual conference, which was held underground.


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  1. Wok Based assessments are an alternative to written or oral exams…

    you think thats bad, some of the stuff they write for the ‘workers’ would have aplenty aghast.

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