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Excalibur buyout team to meet banks over funding for Tata UK bid
LONDON Excalibur Steel, the management buyout group interested in purchasing Tata Steel's (TISC.NS) assets in Britain, will meet bankers on Friday to seek financing for the deal.
Tata Steel Buyout Team Would Cut 1000 Jobs  
IAIN WRIGHT: Reassurances needed over future of British steel industry  
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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".
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