Hamish Rudland, the brother of controversial tobacco baron Simon Rudland, has demanded a seat on the board of animal feeds and poultry business Quantum Foods and the removal of the chair and two directors.

The Dubai-based investment firm Braemar, which is believed to be owned by the Rudlands’ mother, holds a 30.8% stake in Quantum, which owns the Nulaid egg brand...

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