''I don't know where the Barclays go from here. They are snookered

McKillen tells The Sunday Business Post he has the financial muscle to buy out the Barclay brothers.

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Ian Kehoe

9th March, 2014
Paddy McKillen: I am now in the strongest position ever'. Picture PA

Paddy McKillen, the Belfast property tycoon, has said he is prepared to cut a deal with the Barclay brothers to end a bitter three-year power struggle for control of the luxury Maybourne hotel group.

McKillen said he has a stg£400 million financial war chest at his disposal to buy out the brothers' stake in the group, following his new corporate alliance with US based Colony Capital.

In an interview with The Sunday Business Post...

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