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Original message (posted by Jazzy)
Another thought Norman, a university student who is studying history might be interest in working with you to collate your memoirs?

Norman, my other half worked at the London Stock Echange for 20 years, that's the reason we moved from Wigan. Then he worked for a couple of financial institutions, and finally worked for the Bank of England before he retired.

He is a computer specialist, and not an investment specialist, but of course was aware of many things that were private and confidential.

Sadly, it was always in his contract that he was not allowed to buy stocks and shares, because of insider trading regulations, and whatever preceded that legislation I guess.

I would imagine Jack Cohen was interesting. He almost single handedly brought down retail price maintenance in this country. Very interesting part of retail history.

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