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Wolff defends new sponsor, apologises for any hurt

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has defended its new partnership with a firm connected to the Grenfell Tower disaster, but has apologised for any hurt caused. Mercedes announced a new sponsorship collaboration with Ireland-based building insultation firm Kingspan earlier this week. The development prompted criticism from the Grenfell United group that represents the survivors and bereaved […]
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