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12 March 2021 By Aimee Donnellan

Neil Woodford was once one of Britain’s best-known stock-pickers. Owen Walker’s “Built on a Lie” catalogues his spectacular demise, but also explains how changing pensions and supine regulation enabled his rise. Ultimately, the saga is another argument for index funds.

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