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Christian Candy tells high court: ‘I don’t deal with shady people’

Published on Friday 3rd of March 2017 06:30:42 PM in Guardian

Property tycoon Christian Candy has rejected allegations that he intimidated a business associate by threatening to hire a debt collector, telling the high court: “I don’t deal with shady people.”The billionaire was giving evidence for a third day in a £132m claim for damages brought by ...

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