Wileyfox CEO Michael Coombes confirms administration after Russian backer was stopped from investing

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20 staff laid off as administrators cut costs

Michael Coombes, CEO of British smartphone designer Wileyfox has confirmed that the company has gone into administration. It follows widespread rumours that have been circulating since the beginnin...

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