MG Rover says a report in today's Daily Telegraph suggesting the demise of its proposed partnership with Brilliance China Automotive Holdings is "completely wrong" and "categorically denied", according to press and public affairs manager Katie McPhilimey. The Telegraph, the UK's respected top-selling 'broadsheet' national daily newspaper, said: "MG Rover's dream of securing its future in China looked in tatters yesterday as a Chinese provincial government signalled its determination to oust the chairman of its local partner, Brilliance China Automotive.