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MPs warn regulator over British Steel 'mis-selling' - The Times

The TimesMPs warn regulator over British Steel 'mis-selling'The TimesMPs have accused the City regulator of dragging its heels over apparent pension misdemeanours at British Steel, warning it could be presiding over a new mis-selling scandal. The Commons' work and pensions committee criticised what it claimed was the ...13-01-2018

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MPs warn regulator over British Steel 'mis-selling'
The Times
MPs have accused the City regulator of dragging its heels over apparent pension misdemeanours at British Steel, warning it could be presiding over a new mis-selling scandal. The Commons' work and pensions committee criticised what it claimed was the ...

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