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  1. Perils of a debt mountain
  2. Bankers are new Pantomime villains (FT 21/11/08)
  3. Fitch downgrades credit ratings for nine building societies
  4. Citibank could collapse due to 13.3billion losses, warn financial experts
  5. Number losing homes hits nine-year high
  6. Bank freeze on overdraft fees
  7. Buy-to-let boom turns to nightmare as repossession hotspots are revealed
  8. Pensioners hit by spiralling credit card debts forced to take out loans as energy prices soar
  9. Bleak prospects even as Icesave starts to thaw
  10. Banks told-Start lending again or face Nationalisation.
  11. Government Buys 15b of RBS - set to own 60%
  12. Credit card companies could face an Office of Fair Trading investigation if they fail to stamp out bad practice within t
  13. BBC - Credit card chiefs in Rate Talks
  14. Olympics. A "counter cyclical investment" (Times 26/11/08)
  15. The Bank of England economist who was right all along
  16. We can't rule out total nationalisation of banks, Bank of England governor Mervyn King warns MPs
  17. FSA warns Mortgage lenders
  18. Demand rises for emergency loans
  19. Taxpayers 2.5bn loss as it takes on RBS
  20. Building societies' customers to get extra protection after mergers
  21. Taxpayer left with 2.4bn paper loss in RBS takeover
  22. Regulator tells lenders to adopt reasonable repossession policies
  23. The high street banks on interest rate cut
  24. Banks respond to FSA letter on customers in arrears
  25. Can you really dodge your debts?
  26. Commerzbank purchase accelerated
  27. Banks cash in by INCREASING lending rates for struggling customers
  28. Ministers could set loan rates, banks warned
  29. Last ditch bid to block Lloyds TSB merger with HBOS launched
  30. Bankruptcy trustees can sell their 'interest' in a property
  31. London Scottish goes into administration
  32. Bank forced into administration - BBC Report
  33. RBS offers to delay repossessions
  34. Europe announces 200bn euro plan
  35. Pressure building for interest rate cut to 2%, say economists
  36. Mortgage lending dives nearly 70% during October to second lowest figure on record
  37. Britain is 'closer to adopting the euro', says EC president Barroso
  38. British pile debt up to 1.5tn
  39. Government house price data 'flawed'
  40. Mortgage approvals back at record low
  41. Where has all the bank bailout money gone? (Times 30/11/08)
  42. London Scottish Bank plc in Administration
  43. HSBC axes 500 UK jobs
  44. Bank plans for overdraft refunds (BBC 02/12/08)
  45. RBS repossession promise a PR stunt (Telegraph 02/12/08)
  46. The A-Z of repossession (Telegraph 02/12/08)
  47. Darling finds billions for bankers, but peanuts for pensioners (Telegraph 02/12/08)
  48. London Scottish debt collectors (Robinson Way) up for sale (Times 02/12/08)
  49. OLympics. Good for a party, but nothing else (Times 02/12/08)
  50. RBS to proactively refund bank charges