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“Fatboy Slim is the tracker fund of superstar DJs.”

Jonathan Grove and Inez de Koning of Lansons

“I don’t want to get you killed.”

Justin Urquhart Stewart on the traffic in Mayfair

“Granny always said never let someone bone it for you but sometimes I just can’t be bothered.”

Urquhart Stewart again on his Cornwall sole

“Let’s drink until it brings down Capita’s share price.”

Paul Holland of Webline (owned by Capita) issues a challenge to the Money Marketing newsdesk

“I love Big Brother. I watch it all the time. Tracey rules.”

Lexicon group chief executive Michael Maddin on why he keeps shouting “‘Ave it” at everyone

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