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Top stories in the latest issue:

LOAN ARRANGERS
Policy holders have blocked Prudential from flogging business to buy-out specialist Rothesay, prompting concern among those whose savings have been transferred to it.

ROUBLE TROUBLE
The wealthy Russians who are doing battle in the English courts – and the Britons with intelligence backgrounds who are helping them.

PETER’S FUNDS
Peter Mandelson’s “advisory” company, Global Counsel Ltd, is rewarding him well, but exactly who is paying it to help “navigate politics” remains unknown.

MAN IN THE EYE
A Telegraph feature about Samuel Leach, who gambled his student loan to become a bedroom stock trader, is the latest in a line of self-promotional stories.

AHMAD’S WORLD
Foreign Office minister Lord Ahmad claims to promote “freedom of belief”, but he’s also happy to schmooze in Riyadh to boost UK/Saudi commercial relations.

HIGH-PRICED STELLA
Highbury College in Portsmouth has been forced to hand over receipts that showed its principal spent £150,000 on her corporate credit card over four years.

NET LOSSES
The very “Scottish” salmon fishing company whose parent company is Jersey-registered and is listed on the Oslo stock exchange.

PITCHED BATTLE
Rounders England is set to challenge the Department for Education after the school sport was excluded from GCSE and A-level PE assessments yet again.

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Hall to play for
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‘No deal’ hole
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Sun burns
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