royal mail privatisation

Royal Mail's "priority investors", who were given privileged access to shares in the controversial stock market flotation
Vince Cable has admitted that Royal Mail's controversial stock market flotation may not have got the "maximum value" for
Royal Mail's controversial privatisation will not be probed by the Financial Conduct Authority, despite its cheap valuation
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Vince Cable has come under pressure to explain a number of "unanswered" questions over the government's controversial part
Royal Mail's privatisation left taxpayers short changed by £750 million as ministers were "too cautious" in their pricing
As the Royal Mail announces the axing of 1,600 jobs, it also brings out a new set of commemorative stamps... (By David Beresford
Royal Mail's announcement that 1,600 jobs would be cut as part of a cost cutting drive shocked the unions, which branded
Royal Mail has unveiled plans to cut 1,600 jobs as part of a drive to save £50 million a year in costs, in a move that postal
Vince Cable is facing further accusations of selling Royal Mail "on the cheap" after it emerged that 21 City banks estimated
Right now, water and energy companies have full license to rip you off without consequence. But we can at least tackle outsourcing contracts, where we can decide what to do with public money. This Bill would be a small step in the right direction.
Royal Mail chief executive Moya Greene, who is on a £1.5m pay packet, must be paid more in order to keep her in the job, according
Has the entire nation been short-changed at the Post Office? The government of a "botched privatisation" over its controversial
Royal Mail has joined the FTSE 100 index of top companies listed on the stock market today as its share value has nearly
Royal Mail's six-day-a-week postal service would have been threatened if coalition ministers had tried to sell the business
Vince Cable's decision to hire Goldman Sachs to advise on pricing Royal Mail for its stock market entry came under fire from
The Royal Mail's controversial privatisation has ended up costing the taxpayers money, a Tory MP has warned, as it was undervalued
This means that the company (if only using the first day trading price) was unvalued by £1.6 billion by the government. This government often likes to focus on those who claim benefits, as people who are always out to cheat the system. This undervaluation will cost the taxpayer MORE in three days than benefit fraud does in a year.
There is a case to be made for free-market economics in the consumer sector, as competition is promoted, but we should not be surprised to see monopolies or oligopolies forming in sectors that require substantial infrastructure investment.
Vince Cable has been urged to resign by the Communication Workers' Union (CWU) after it emerged that the Royal Mail had been