The second of two parts of BBC's Helen Boaden's report on the effects of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's policies on small businesses, both old and new. Features interviews with Brian Walden, director of the London Enterprise Agency at the London Chamber of Commerce; Simon Hoskins, brewery owner; the director of a small manufacturing firm, unnamed; Robin Murray, economist at Sussex University; and Charlie Rossi, councillor for the London Borough of Camden and rat-catcher. PRA does not currently have the first part of this recording.
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