Former deputy chairman to stand trial over Securency scandal

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The former deputy chairman at currency printing firm Securency, Bill Lowther, was committed to stand trial over his involvement in the alleged corruption at the firm.

The 71-year-old spoke only to confirm his name and address during the hearing at the City of Westminster Court on Tuesday. The judge decided he would stand trial at Southwark Crown Court. Lowther was released on conditional bail, with the next hearing scheduled for December 2.

The former deputy chairman of the polymer banknote

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