rush for the Rennies?

Reply Mon 5 May, 2014 02:51 am
Chairman (John McFall MP): β€˜Is there anything that keeps you up at night and makes you rush for the Rennies?’
Hector Sants: β€˜I think we should always be focused on issues, but, as I have said, I do not think there is one thing that is particularly keeping me up at night at the moment in the context of this discussion.’

What does rush for the Rennies mean?
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Reply Mon 5 May, 2014 04:24 am
Rennies are a kind of antacid/heartburn pill. I'd guess that the question means what makes you so anxious at night you can't sleep and your stomach gets upset?
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