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

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A gingerbread house of horrors courtesy of Mortgage Strategy editor Robert Thickett

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 ur 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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  • Nigel Payne 5th April 2011 at 12:32 pm

    Thickett thought a ginger bread voodoo doll of Robyn Hall and Anna Ruddock would excise the ghosts of the past editors. Unfortunately only the Robyn Hall one worked !

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