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CAN YOU HAVE A POP TO WIN THIS BOTTLE OF MIGHTY FINE CHAMPAGNE?

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Alan Cleary presents competition winner James Summerlin from APH Financial Services with a cheque for £5,000

Can you put the boot in to your nearest and dearest to win this delectable bottle of bubbly? In addition, competition sponsor Tiuta will donate £100 to Great Ormond Street Hospital. Submit a witty caption for the photo above and you will be automatically entered into our prize draw. Remember, the funnier it is, the more likely you are to win. What are you waiting for? Email only printable captions to mortgage.strategy@centaur.co.uk

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  • Richard 14th June 2011 at 8:11 am

    Alan decided against a Super Injunction, and publicise the payoff to James.

  • Nigel Payne 13th June 2011 at 12:21 pm

    Look James it quite clearly says on my side of the cheque five thousand pounds.

    But Alan my side says £500000 and it must be right cos it says precise underneath !