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“I have to go on google and search ‘how pregnant are you?’”

Unbiased.co.uk chief executive Karen Barrett is not so hot at keeping tabs on her pregnancy.

“I don’t know what our ‘vision’ is to be honest.”

Intrinsic PR man Ben Howell says the company’s corporate objectives are important…but obviously not that important.

“We have a slightly abusive relationship.”

Hargreaves Lansdown head of pensions research Tom McPhail reflects on the deterioration of his relationship with an MM hack.

“Michelle Cracknell was telling me about this very subject at 5am this morning.”

Swiss Re technical manager Ron Wheatcroft reveals the reach of The Pensions Advisory Service chief executive knows no bounds.

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