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Norton owner opens up about expansion plans

The owner of iconic British bike maker Norton Motorcycles has told Insider about the brand's expansion plans after an opportunistic tweet to Chancellor George Osborne helped lead to a government funding package. READ MORE...
 

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Asda hub sold for £31m

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Nottingham Rugby sponsor buy Giltbrook plot

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