Tony Morris £52m GP Noble trial begins

Jenna Towler

The trial of Tony Morris, who is accused of defrauding a number of pension funds as part of the £52m GP Noble fraud, has started at Southwark Crown Court.

Prosecution counsel David Farrer QC Farrar said Morris and co-defendant Peter Marmstrom were key players in the two stage disinvestment of a total of £52m from a series of underfunded pension schemes....

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