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George Osborne's best man Peter Davies to make millions from Royal Mail shares

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Saturday, 12 October 2013

George Osborne's best man Peter Davies to make millions from Royal Mail sharesPeter Davies, a close friend of George Osbourne, is a member of the management committee at Lansdowne Partners which bought £50m worth of Royal Mail shares.
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Published: on October 10, 2013

News video: Investor On Risks Of Royal Mail Shares

Investor On Risks Of Royal Mail Shares

As the Business Secretary reveals that there were 700,000 applications to buy Royal Mail shares, Jeff Randall Live asks Investment Director, Tom Stevenson from Fidelity Worldwide Investment if stock was underpriced?

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