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More than £3bn will be returned to small investors – experts suggest where to put the money instead Hundreds of thousands of people will be receiving cheques from administrators winding up Woodford Investment Management over the next few months. The question for many, after the failure of the industry’s one-time star manager, is who can they trust now. Neil Woodford’s demise ranks as the biggest c

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