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Rover executives 'extracted 42m'

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A report into the collapse of carmaker Rover will reveal that five executives took £42m in pay and pensions from the troubled firm.

The report by independent inspectors outlines how the five enriched themselves while the company was heading for insolvency.

It does not, however, accuse them of breaking the law. Robert Peston reports.

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