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Harriet Green will give up £3.3m of her bonus over Thomas Cook scandal

Harriet Green will give up £3.3m of her bonus over Thomas Cook scandal

By Jack Torrance Thursday, 28 May 2015

The former Thomas Cook boss has faced criticism for the affair but insists her head is held high.

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