Latest privatisation/corruption plan is halted as government reluctantly scraps Land Registry sale

A mighty triumph by the PCS T/U thanks Mike.

Having & had a few problems on my PC for a few days be assured I am not doing the blocking or removing of you.

Vox Political

Still in public ownership: According to reports, the sale of the Land Registry has been cancelled. Still in public ownership: According to reports, the sale of the Land Registry has been cancelled.

A little-known plan to sell off one of the government’s best-performing and self-financing organisations has been scrapped – not because of fears that a new system would be prone to corruption but apparently because it was “too complicated” and would have necessitated “new legislation”.

The change of heart – for whatever reason – has been taken by the PCS Union as a victory for its campaign against the sell-off, which included a two-day strike against the privatisation proposal, which members described as “secret”.

Commentators including Vox Political pointed out that the public consultation process received hardly any publicity at all and was closed before most of us even knew it had taken place.

Among the Land Registry’s many functions are quasi-judicial decisions on ownership and transfers, granting title and, crucially, guaranteeing legal rights on…

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