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  1. labour will never get it, their policies or even the threat of their policies are allready causing ripples through the uk financial industry. what did they expect all these companies to do just hand it all over on the cheap after their threats crashed the prices?. these companies shareholders have lost a fortune with the fear of labours privatisation over the past few years. labours nationalisation policy will destroy our very strong position as a finance market losing a million jobs and the biggest industry and advantage we have in the world, and all because they want to take over a com
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