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Sir Philip Green hits out at 'prejudiced' Frank Field over BHS inquiries
File photo dated 18/02/13 of Sir Philip Green, who has called for MP Frank Field, who is leading the inquiries into BHS, to resign because he is "prejudiced".
Sir Philip Green tells MPs not to leap to conclusions about BHS  
Philip Green calls for Field to quit BHS inquiry  
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The mortgage lender, part of Lloyds Banking Group - the largest retail bank in the UK - announced the move in response to changing demographics.
Further clarification emerges on what a management buyout of the UK operations would mean as the team goes in search of finance. 10:08, UK, Friday 06 May 2016.
Britain's robust car industry expanded by 2 per cent in April as the number of new car registrations rose by 189,505. Last month's expansion was significantly slower than the 5.3 per cent rise in new cars in March, which was the second biggest monthly ...
LONDON British healthcare group BTG (BTG.L) said is had agreed to buy Galil Medical, a U.S. company that makes cryoablation products to treat Kidney and other cancers by freezing and destroying tumours, for an initial cash payment of $84.5 million (58 ...
The UK high street has suffered its worst month since 2008 as poor weather combined with economic uncertainty ensured shoppers kept a tight grip on their wallets.

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