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Institutional shareholders accepted the Government's eventual offer of around 250p a share, but the RPSAG wants much more.
Ex-Rail Regulator, Tom Winsor, former Railtrack chairman, John Robinson, and former Transport policy advisor, Dan Corry, are all appearing on behalf of RPSAG.
Institutional shareholders accepted the Government's eventual offer of 250p a share, but the RPSAG wants much more.
Institutional shareholders accepted the Government's offer of 250p a share, but the RPSAG wants much more.
Through its solicitors, RPSAG has offered the Government, via Transport Secretary Alistair Darling, the opportunity to settle out of court and has outlined the shareholders' claim against the Government for misfeasance -abuse of public power.
The Railtrack Private Shareholders Action Group (RPSAG) said 32,000 members had so far supported a fighting fund aimed at getting 'fair value' for investors.
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