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The reduction will be implemented from 30 April
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It would be the first major sale that the flamboyant 62-year-old has had to make in his career
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The latest proposal is worth €1.36bn
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The results are impressive as shoppers still spend more on entertainment in high-street stores than they do online
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The business is growing at a rate of 16-20% a month
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It expects to achieve break-even in the current year
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The unit targets 500,000 taxpayers with an annual income of over £150,000 or wealth in excess of £1m
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Magnus Peterson has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for fraud
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The deal could create the UK's biggest mobile phone operator
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'Don't let a beast roam today when it could attack you tomorrow'
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Tim Cook received a 40% pay rise in 2014
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The start of quantitative easing by the European Central Bank weakened the euro and could prompt interest rate cuts by other central banks
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Given we are trying to boost domestic industry, there should also be some effort to do the same at the top of engineering, says Mark Leftly
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