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Nationwide set to allow resolution

Nationwide Building Society is set to permit carpetbaggers to bring a conversion resolution at its annual meeting next year.

The board of directors meets this week to decide whether to delay the move but a spokesperson for the building society said the board is “very likely” to allow the resolution. The carpetbagger&#39s campaign is being led by Stephen Major, a plumber from Northern Ireland, who was behind Bradford & Bingley conversion.

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