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Royal Mail is playing a straight bat, but there's much to do

The passion surrounding reversions is hardly surprising, given that there are millions of pounds in lost revenue at stake - a huge figure for mailing houses whose profits are built on slim margins.

It's only fair that those who break the rules foot the bill

It is recognised that good health and safety is good business, but some firms may seek to gain a short-term competitive advantage by cutting corners and putting workers and the public at risk.

Tories' mooted Chapter 11-style scheme could be bad news

Would a US Chapter 11-style insolvency process be good news for UK print? On the balance of probability... not a chance.

Germany could teach the UK some very important lessons

Despite its relatively high labour costs, Germany is the world's largest goods exporter after China. Much of this success is attributed to the country's legion of small and medium-sized firms, known as the Mittelstand, that are renowned for their ability to innovate and generate growth.

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