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Penrose boxing

For those looking for a PR agency with a bit of a kick that pulls no punches, the Diary can only recommend Penrose Financial.

Louise Hatch and three of her staff are learning to kickbox. As if she wasn&#39t intimidating enough.

So if the powers of persuasion fail to elicit the correct response from various financial hacks, there is always the threat of physical violence to get those press releases written.

We also hear that another Penrose boss, Claire Burston, has tried the latest exercise fad known as spinning but only lasted five minutes. Even The Diary shies away from making the obvious pun. Too easy.

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