BP’s Deepwater Horizon costs hit $1.25bn

Guardian: <figure> <figcaption>Protesters yesterday outside a BP station in Florida. The company, and its chief executive Tony Hayward, have been much criticised over its response to the spill. Photograph: Dave Martin/AP</figcaption> </figure> The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has now cost BP $1.25bn (£870m), as its much-criticised chief executive vows to spend "what it takes" to fix the Deepwater Horizon disaster that has caused growing anger across America. The energy company ......

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