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BT and Openreach are locked in a union that pleases nobody
There's an irony to the fact that one of the things that will save BT from being broken up today is also the thing that for years has most worried investors about the company.
CompaniesOpenreach should be 'legally separate company' within BT  
Openreach escapes sell-off  
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