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The Dusanj brothers, the former owners of Liverpool brewers Cains, have submitted a bid to buy back the business.

Ajmail and Sudarghara Dusanj bought Cains in 2002, but it went into administration early last month after it bank refused to extend lending facilities.

Shares in Liverpool's legendary brewer Cains were suspended today.

The move at the request of the board came after a restructuring package was turned down by the Bank of Scotland.

The board has issued the following statement:

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