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”I didn’t know where to look. I was worried it might bring it on early.”
Pregnant Santander senior media relations manager Lara Lipsey frets that the butlers in the buff serving drinks at the Sex and the City 2 reception might have an unwelcome effect on her.

“Hello press ups. Oops, I mean press office.”
A DWP press officer is clearly thinking about buffing his guns, rather than the pressing issue of whether Nest will survive the axe.

“Did I mention I live in W1?”
Santander press officer David Stewart reminds everyone of his postcode during a night out with MM hacks.

“I just put down one phone and the other phone startied ringing. It was like old times.”
The Mortgage Practitioner principal Danny Lovey gets nostalgic about the boom days as a mortgage broker.

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