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Brokers frown on Two Shags’ sporting life

A whopping 68% of Mortgage Strategy Online readers last week voted that the deputy prime minister John Prescott has crossed the political line with the revelation that he likes croquet.

However, it seems Two Shags is down but not out – albeit minus his super-department, the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister. And Home Information Packs, which his old department oversaw, seem still to be on track. Just 32% of brokers don’t care what sport he plays.

This week, Mortgage Strategy asks: “Are you expecting the highs and lows of the World Cup to affect your business?”

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