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A statement issued by MGN last night said Mr Maxwell flew to Gibraltar where he joined the Lady Ghislaine.
A Maxwell company spokesman said last night: "His last conversation that I can find was with his son Ian, who spoke to him at 11 o'clock last night when they had a normal business and family conversation and he was in a perfectly good mood."Richard Stott, editor of the Daily Mirror, said: "He went out to the boat at the weekend because he had a cold.
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But, he said, Mr Maxwell's body was found by a fishing boat floating 19 to 20 miles from Gando on the other side of the neighbouring island of Gran Canaria - more than 100 miles from the obvious route between the points of departure and arrival.
Asked to explain how the body could have got there, Mr Delgado replied: "That's a good question."He said that according to the crew Mr Maxwell was last seen at 4.25am yesterday.
"He was very angry about allegations contained in the Seymour Hersh book," said Mr Stott. The Prime Minister said Mr Maxwell had given him "valuable insights" into the situation in the Soviet Union during the attempted coup. Neil Kinnock spoke of the former Labour MP for Buckingham, from 1964-70, as a man with "such a zest for life . He was a steadfast supporter of the Labour Party."Mr Maxwell had four sons and five daughters but a son and daughter died.
MCC has been struggling to emerge from debts put at £1.3bn; other debts may take the group total to over £3bn.
Financial experts in the City and on Wall Street became increasingly nervous about the stability of the companies.
An air and sea search was launched after the captain of the 55-metre Lady Ghislaine notified the Spanish authorities that the 68-year-old chairman of Maxwell Communication Corporation and Mirror Group Newspapers had disappeared.
On BBC 2's Newsnight programme last night, the Mirror Group editorial director, Charles Wilson, said he could not imagine any situation that would cause Mr Maxwell to take his own life since "he had too much of the arrogance of his own ability to conceive of such a thing."Mr Maxwell's son Ian faced the cameras outside the offices of the Mirror Group last night to say that the sadness of his father's death would touch not only his family, but also the 15,000 to 20,000 employees, and the shareholders of the company which had lost "its publisher, its chairman, and its saviour".
"His absence was noted when the boat arrived at los Cristianos at 9am," the governor added.