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Back Britain in awarding contracts; LETTERS.

IF the Con-Dem Government is serious about getting Great Britain working again, shouldn''''t it take a leaf out of our European neighbours when it comes to awarding supplier contracts for major national institutions? During the tendering process it should be taken into account the wider implications to British based companies, and their workforces, by factoring in the cost, in terms of lost tax, and benefit payments should those companies go out of business due to foreign competition.

That way you would have a fairer system of tendering, and no German built railway rolling stock, or South Korean police cars on our roads for example.

Don''''t just pay lip service to buying British, it''''s up to the Government to ensure we support British.

Bernie Hunt address supplied
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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Oct 22, 2013
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