An advert in the prestigious Times of London has heralded the start of the good times in the UK. Earlier this week, there was an advert in the executive section of the paper - known locally as The Thunderer - looking for graduates with scientific bents. If IBM is looking for staff in the UK then Fukitsu-ICL and Ford are bound to follow soon, said one commentator. "This is the return of the good times," he predicted.
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