Jim Ratcliffe claims to have “a relatively thick Mancunian skin”, but if there’s one thing his friends have learned never to mention, it’s the yacht. The £130m vessel was central to his portrayal as an arch-villain in last October’s bruising stand-off at the Grangemouth oil refinery, owned by his company, Ineos.
Unions accused the “secretive tycoon” of scheming to close the plant from his floating palace in the Mediterranean. Ratcliffe [...]
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