Peer calls on government to give 5 per cent of Northern Rock Asset Management sale to charity
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Peer calls on government to give 5 per cent of Northern Rock Asset Management sale to charity

1 Apr 2015 | Hugh Radojev

Liberal Democrat peer Lord Shipley has called on the government to donate 5 per cent of the profit of the sale of the ‘bad arm’ of Northern Rock Asset Management to the Northern Rock Foundation or a successor foundation.

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