Breach of the rtl code, Business Law and Ethics

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Note the behaviour of all parties with respect to the Mitchell Jones scenario which is (or could potentially be) a breach of the RTL Code and why you believe the behaviour is (or could be) a breach of the Code.  Please note the specific Clause number(s) of the Code you believe to be relevant.

 

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