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Nick Candy denies claim he is jointly in charge of brother's CPC empire

Published on Monday 13th of March 2017 07:17:14 PM in Guardian

Nick Candy has denied allegations that the distinction between his business empire and that of his brother is “pure fantasy”, as a £132m high court tussle with a former university friend delved into the duo’s tax affairs.Businessman Mark Holyoake is claiming in court that the brothers ...

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