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Drinks group, Diageo, has given its chairman, Lord Blyth of Rowington, a pay rise bringing his salary for a three-day week to £450,000. He was being paid £300,000 for a two-day week. As part of the deal, Lord Blyth must invest £150,000 a year in Diageo shares, which he must retain as long as he is a director.


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