Fishing boss steps down from British firms amid probe into £6m handed to ministers in Namibia

A powerful fishing magnate has been forced to quit a network of companies in the UK after becoming embroiled in a major corruption probe. Thorsteinn Mar Baldvinsson’s family-run fishing empire has a major hold on Britain’s lucrative cod rights and sells fish to supermarkets including Tesco, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury’s, as well as fish and chip shops across the UK. But after almost 40 years in charge, the man dubbed the ‘Codfather’ has had to put his career on hold. >click to read< 16:59

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