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“I’ll batter him until he picks up the phone”

Chartered Insurance Institute director of communications David Ross goes to extreme lengths to force the CII’s head of learning Simon Graham into returning an MM hack’s call.

“Who’s Andy?”

Aviva press officer struggles to recall former Friends Life chief (and new Aviva UK life boss) Andy Briggs.

“It’s worse than PPI”

One Sesame member finds the volume of recruitment calls from other networks frustrating.

“There’s still plenty of time for someone to do something stupid”

MRM head of public affairs Havard Hughes forecasts buffoonery with less than a month before the general election.

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