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David Cameron has hinted that RBS could be sold off at a loss to the taxpayer through a share sale to the public. Speaking in New York yesterday, the Prime Minister said he was "open to all ideas and proposals" but that "the primary question" was restoring the health of the bank. A report to be published next month by the C...
IPPR trustees David Claydon and Clive Hollick argue that the big banks really are in much better shape now, and that it is inconsistent and unpredictable regulation ...
SNP press release SNP MSP Colin Keir comments on RBS job losses Commenting on the announcements surrounding RBS job cuts, Colin Keir, MSP for Edinburgh Western,...
Wales' Minister for Tackling Poverty, Huw Lewis, has met with the Office of Fair Trading to call on regulators to 'throw the full force of their powers' to tackle th...
Finance ministers from the G7 group of nations have agreed to take collective action on tax evasion and avoidance, George Osborne has said. Speaking after t...
Lord Foulkes insisted the Co-operative Bank and its ideals were in good health. “In fact I’ve been on to the Co-op group this morning and I’ve had an assurance an...
10/05/2013 on Boulton, Sky News
03/05/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4
02/05/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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