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    • WHA
    • By WHA 2nd Jun 06, 7:21 PM
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    You can't get them for free, but you can download them from Companies House website for just £1 per set per company.
    • Mike by the Sea
    • By Mike by the Sea 3rd Jun 06, 5:32 PM
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    Hi Jimble

    If it is a quoted public company then you might be able to download them from the stock exchange website. Some do and some don't.

    http://www.londonstockexchange.com/en-gb/

    All the best

    Mike
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    • 8th Jun 06, 1:48 AM
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    Hello.

    You can also try www.northcote.co.uk for registered companies' annual reports, share prices, press releases and latest news. It covers the main markets as well as lower market groups. Most of the reports are downloadable in PDF format.

    Hope that helps.

    Cheers and take care.

    Hussein.
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