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Virgin Our Price, the Virgin owned music chain, has run up a £55m bill by refusing to pay record companies for supplies in protest at the companies’ alleged favouritism toward Internet-based music retailers, according to reports.

Virgin Our Price, the Virgin owned music chain, has run up a &£55m bill by refusing to pay record companies for supplies in protest at the companies’ alleged favouritism toward Internet-based music retailers, according to reports.

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