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  • v. Present participle of mutualise.


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  • George Thomson, general secretary of the NFSP, said: "There is no point mutualising the Post Office or privatising Royal Mail if it does not have a viable future – and it won't without a long-term agreement with Royal Mail."

    Royal Mail faces new strike threat from Unite

  • Progressives have always been in favour of mutualising private companies to empower the workforce and customers.

    Letters: Mutual interest in promoting co-operatives

  • He was speaking after delivering a speech to the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce RSA in which he stressed that the three big reforms in the public sector are mutualising services, delivering more services online to save money and introducing more payment by results contracts to increase competition.

    Ambulance drivers and firefighters could break away from national service under new plans

  • Note how they adopted his idea for mutualising parts of the NHS.

    Cameron goes Blond

  • These include issuing common euro zone bonds, mutualising the euro zone's debt stock, letting the ECB create money to fight the crisis, or having it act as lender of last resort, directly or via the euro zone rescue fund.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Ministers still want to go ahead with plans to "evolve" the utility to an agency with a key role in driving the economy and protecting the environment, but have resisted calls to save hundreds of millions of pounds by selling off or mutualising it.

    BBC News - Home

  • At his news conference today, Cameron also pledged to iron out a wrinkle currently hampering the government's own attempts at mutualising the public sector.

    Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis |

  • Attempts to discuss privatising or mutualising it were rejected by ministers as a betrayal of public trust.

    Top stories from Times Online

  • Mr McMillan is to tell a transport conference in Edinburgh on Monday that selling or mutualising Scottish Water would enable more investment in water infrastructure, while freeing up £182m a year of Holyrood spending.

    BBC News | News Front Page | UK Edition

  • idea, inspired by a panel of wise men, of mutualising the bad debt above 60% of GDP to try to restore some order.

    The Economist: Daily news and views


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