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“Canary Wharf can be a little clinical and not much fun”

An FCA press officer says staff at the regulator are keen to escape London’s financial district when on a work social
 
“A hernia is an athlete’s injury. Lots of professional footballers get them. It is definitely, definitely NOT an old man’s injury.”
Chase de Vere head of communications Patrick Connolly’s finely tuned body cracks under the pressure of sitting in a chair writing emails
“I was f***ing brilliant”
 
Henry Tapper gives an impartical verdict on his performance at an MM event in Swindon

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RBS chairman to step down

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