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Land Registry to be privatised.

Another guaranteed earner for Gidiot's mates?

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/may/05/land-registry-privatisation-plans-revealed

Minutes show that civil servants believe the government could raise £1.225bn from entering a deal with a joint venture company, marginally higher than the £1.1bn GovCo evaluation and that the registry's board has appointed their head of legal services as a company secretary for a new venture but have not yet announced it.

Really starting to scrape the privatisation barrel now.

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Land Registry to be privatised.

Another guaranteed earner for Gidiot's mates?

http://

www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/may/05/land-registry-privatisation-plans-revealed

Really starting to scrape the privatisation barrel now.

+1

So another few quid for people to add to their PPI compensation etc to buy tat and to help bump up house prices.

Edited by billybong

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Land Registry to be privatised.

Another guaranteed earner for Gidiot's mates?

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/may/05/land-registry-privatisation-plans-revealed

Really starting to scrape the privatisation barrel now.

Nah, still lots of roads, hospitals, schools, the police, the army left.

Lots of chances to transfer debt to the private from public sector, or hope the chinese re-patriate some pounds by buying the M25.

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