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Frank Field demands answers over 'reckless' running of Carillion - The Guardian

The GuardianFrank Field demands answers over 'reckless' running of CarillionThe GuardianHe also asked the trustees and the Pensions Regulator if they had known that chairman Philip Green was found guilty by the pension ombudsman in 1994 of a breach of trust and maladministration regarding the pension scheme of wallpaper firm Coloroll ...and more »19-01-2018

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Frank Field demands answers over 'reckless' running of Carillion
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He also asked the trustees and the Pensions Regulator if they had known that chairman Philip Green was found guilty by the pension ombudsman in 1994 of a breach of trust and maladministration regarding the pension scheme of wallpaper firm Coloroll ...

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