Royal Mail Privatisation Will Not Face Probe, Says City Watchdog
|Business Secretary Vince Cable and Business Minister Michael Fallon|
|FCA chief executive Martin Wheatley|
"FCA chief executive Martin Wheatley told MPs that the watchdog had seen no evidence of regulatory failure, despite being unable to say if the process - which saw Royal Mail's share price soar 38% in the first day - had entirely complied with the rules as it had not launched an investigation."
The government, certainly the Tory part of it, "gave away" Royal mail at a knock down price to friends in the city. The "sale" of a few shares to the workforce at Royal mail was no more than a token gesture. It is hardly surprising that the scam privatisation will not be probed by the Financial Conduct Authority. Like the man said, "They are all in it together".