The future of two of the most famous names in British industrial history is in the balance this week. They are the subject of intense political discussions, in which industrial logic seems relegated to a subsidiary position. Yet no British government representative has yet said a word about it. This state of affairs can surely not be allowed to continue. Surely Vince Cable, the business secretary, must demand a seat at the table? Continue reading »
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