The Co-op has been urged to back radical forms suggested by Lord Myners, that will sweep away the "dysfunctional" board which presided over the company's near collapse.
In an interview with Business Editor Joel Hills, Lord Myners said his recommendations needed to be implemented swiftly to enable the business to survive and thrive.
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