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Asil Nadir 'eaten up' by charges

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Asil Nadir, accused of £34m worth of theft and false accounting, is flying back to Britain to face the charges.

Times crime editor Sean O'Neill, who is flying back to the UK with Mr Nadir, explains why the tycoon decided to come back to the UK.


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