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The Champagne was flowing over at 1 More London Place, home of Ernst & Young, this week. And not just because TS had been invited in for a three-course lunch, oh no.

Something about winning a court case against an insurance company, was it? TS is unclear on the details.

Not only was chairman Nick Land seen wandering around the building with a bottle in hand (reportedly a gift from Mike Rake to toast the end of the trial), but partners ­ and even press officers, rumour has it ­ were gathered on the eighth floor to open a few cases of Krug.

And here was TS thinking that E&Y was on an efficiency drive.

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