Friday, February 23, 2018

Bosses in the hostile £7.4billion bid for defence giant GKN gave £170000 to the Tories

Rugby fan Mr Roper earned a basic salary of £548,000 at Melrose in 2016. He trained as an accountant at KPMG after a degree in metallurgy at Nottingham University. He rose to become deputy chief executive at Wassall where he earned the nickname 'The Grinder' for his financial inquisitions of target ...
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