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Light breakfast

Meanwhile on the other side of town at the Butchers Hook and Cleaver in Farringdon, Mortgage Strategy hackette Natalie Holt was enjoying her own pint of Guinness at 11am at the Key Retirement Solutions breakfast briefing. A rather lightweight Natalie tippled back into the office at around midday wearing her Guinness hat and boasting about the benefits of equity release.

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