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UK business group condemns Labour nationalization plans, Brexit delay

Reuters Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Plans by Britain's opposition Labour Party to nationalize utilities including the country's electricity grid will damage investment as well as hurting many small shareholders, one of the country's main business groups warned on Tuesday.
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