CWU leader Billy Hayes: 'public don't want privatised Royal Mail'

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Billy Hayes, the leader of the Communication Workers' Union, told Andrew Neil that 54 per cent of Tory voters don't want a privatised UK mail service.

Former Cabinet member Ben Bradshaw was asked for his view after Business Secretary Vince Cable announced private buyers will be allowed to own up to 90% of Royal Mail.

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