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Stationery problem has silver (and fruit) lining

It appears that TS has been duped. Last week your faithful back page reported that costs at Deloitte were so tightly controlled that employees had to pop down to Ryman to buy their own stationery.

Since then, not only has TS received a magnificent silver Hallmark letter opener from the Big Four firm, a sure sign that the stationery cupboards are overflowing, it has also been informed that in certain departments employees also receive free fruit on a daily basis.

This has left TS feeling slightly ashamed and a little envious. A large fruit basket would make TS feel a lot better. You all know the address.

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