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Mole enjoyed the sights and sounds of Birmingham’s Botanical Gardens in honour of the Pink Home Loans Service Awards last week, thanks to edeus. Mole chuckled at many a quip from Pink managing director David Copland’s lips.

“The stress of the financial crisis can be measured by the point when chancellor Alistair Darling’s eyebrows go grey,” he says.

But never fear. When the tipping point comes, Copland has the answer. The key to restoring the glory of financial powerhouses? Just for Men.

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