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£500,000-a-year London Business School don puts £1 bag of M&S crisps on his expenses 

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£500,000-a-year London Business School don puts £1 bag of M&S crisps on his expenses London Business school boss François Ortalo-Magné has claimed for a £1.90 bag of chocolate almonds, a £1.25 antibacterial gel and a £10 drink described as a '222 detox'.
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