YouTube fundie called out by FCABY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | FRIDAY, 19 JUL 2019 5:12PM
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority has criticised Neil Woodford who famously issued a tearful YouTube apology to investors whose money was frozen in one of his funds.
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