UK: What will happen to Iceland's Walker's jet?
Speculation is rife in the City today over the fate of Malcolm Walker's corporate jet. Prior to his abrupt resignation amid a shares sale scandal on Tuesday (30 January), former Iceland chairman Walker maintained that the £6m Citation jet was a "serious business tool," essential to his task of keeping up with the news at frozen food outlets around the country and meeting his employees.
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