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Judge says Mike Ashley case is 'a lot more interesting' than others

Published on Wednesday 12th of July 2017 06:07:26 PM in Guardian

A high court judge has joked that the legal dispute over what Sports Direct billionaire Mike Ashley allegedly said during a drunken night out to a London pub is “a lot more interesting” than most dry business disputes that reach the courts.Mr Justice Leggatt was on ...

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