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Sky News has learnt that Oakley Capital, which is run by Peter Dubens, one of Britain’s most successful technology investors, is among a small number of parties trying to acquire Lastminute from its US parent.Initial bids for the company, which was founded by Brent Hoberman and Baroness Lane Fox in the late 1990s, were tabled earlier this month, with Oakley understood to be among the leading bidders.Any purchase of Lastminute would be for a fraction of the 600m that Sabre Holdings, a travel and tourism technology group, paid for it in 2005.Mr Dubens has built a reputation as a shrewd investor in leisure, media and technology assets, and is chairman of the telecoms group Daisy, which is in the process of being taken private.In 2010, Oakley bought Time Out London, eventually turning it into a free sheet, and last year acquired its New York sister title.Besides Oakley, other possible buyers of Lastminute include rival private equity firms or online travel groups such as Expedia, although it is unclear whether any of them have tabled offers.It has four main divisions, with Lastminute operating as a subsidiary of Travelocity, Sabre’s group of travel e commerce businesses.However, Lastminute’s performance has been underwhelming, despite it continuing to spend substantial sums on marketing and advertising.Its biggest market shares are in the UK and France but it has struggled to make an impact elsewhere in Europe. The businesswoman and campaigner settled her claim against News Group Newspapers (NGN), the ex publisher of the newspaper, in February for an undisclosed sum. Speaking to Sky Sophy Ridge, NFU president Minette Batters warned that leaving the EU without an agreement would mean the introduction of export taxes on food and livestock sent to Europe.