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Tesco boss saves lives of Libya refugees by hauling them on board his £500k luxury ya
by NewsReader 09-06-2011

Stuart Chambers and wife Nicolette were on a sailing holiday on the Ionian Sea, between Greece and Italy, when they spotted the small struggling vessel.

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