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Whether or not Britain leaves the EU, Gopi Hinduja is convinced it can forge a closer relationship with his familys homeland. Let the clear message go out that India can be Britains best partner in the world, the industrialist said in January. London-based Gopi, 79, and Sri, 83, and their brothers Prakash, 73, and Ashok, 68, who live in Geneva and Mumbai respectively, control more than 50 companies with a total turnover of nearly 40bn in 2018. The family occupies four interconnected London homes in Carlton House Terrace, bought fromthe Queen(qv) in 2006.

In 2014 the siblings acquired the old War Office in Whitehall for 350m and plan to open it as a luxury hotel with the Raffles group

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