Shares in Britain's Royal Mail started trading at 450 pence - almost 40 percent above the privatisation price, fuelling fears the government didn't get a good deal for taxpayers. The market debut was ... more 
Shares in Britain's Royal Mail started trading at 450 pence - almost 40 percent above the privatisation price, fuelling fears the government didn't get a good deal for taxpayers. The market debut was met with protests outside the London Stock Exchange, where mail workers ar still aiming to overturn the privatisation. Kirsty Basset reports. less 
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