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The Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) plans to back Donald Brydon, the chairman of the London Stock Exchange, in next week's vote on whether to remove him,  dealing a potentially significant blow to the efforts of the activist hedge fund behind a campaign to oust him. The QIA holds 10.31 per cent of the LSE’s shares. View page

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