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Breaking glass

Mortgage Strategy’s features editor Christine Toner had another spot of bother last week. As readers may remember she broke her leg at the CML dinner in 2006.

Like villain Mr Glass played by Samuel L Jackson in the film Unbreakable, Toner has a delicate disposition and last week she snapped her wrist when she slipped on ice.

“Please don’t write on me cast,” she begged Mole. “Our Claire’s getting married next month and she’ll kill me if it doesn’t match her dress.”

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