Friday Briefing: I'm not sure this is what Sunak and Hunt had in mind 

Friday Briefing

Eve Maddock-Jones
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The first 2024 IPO on the London Stock Exchange has arrived, but I don’t think it is quite the sort of company Prime Minister Rishi Sunak had in mind for his UK tech hub rebrand.

Subject to regulatory approval, The London Tunnels is set to be the first UK listing of the year. The company confirmed plans to list on the main market this month, more than six months since the last LSE listing. Friday Briefing: Change, reflection and business speak And to clarify before I make my point, I have no issue with the company or tunnels or London (well, no more than most), but I don't think it is the type of company the prime minister or the chancellor were pining to see list in the UK. The London Tunnels is a company seeking to "extensively" res...

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