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Capital risk As John Prescott shows his determination to make privatisation of the Underground succeed with the sacking of London Transport chairman Peter Ford, Antony Oliver examines what demands the

In a surprise move last Tuesday Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott showed his intention to control privatisation of the Underground at the expense of London Transport chairman Peter Ford.

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