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Number 10 warns of opposition to potential BP bid
The Government has met with BP in recent days to express its opposition to any potential takeover of the oil major. The move by Downing Street comes on the back of speculation that BP could be the next company to be caught up in the wave of consolidation ...
UK Tells BP it Would Oppose Foreign Takeover of the Company  
UK government would oppose any takeover of BP: FT  
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