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  1. Wow....One for the record books! HERE Source - Credit Today I'm mightily surprised about this! Time to get claiming folks!
  2. http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/cars/article-2192993/How-compensation-pothole-damage-car.html
  3. RBS boss Stephen Hester says he will not take a bonus in the wake of the scandal. RBS admit guilt of offences similar to those committed by Barclays' traders The bank is thought to have accepted that it will probably have to pay about half as much as the £291 million in fines imposed on Barclays Royal Bank of Scotland is set to be fined about £150million for participating in market manipulation offences similar to those engaged in by Barclays, it has been revealed. Sources said RBS has admitted guilt of offences similar to those committed by Barclays' traders, though at RBS they were more isolated and less serious. And today, as more revelations trickled out about the unfolding scandal, the bank's chief executive Stephen Hester said he will not take a bonus this year following problems experienced by the company’s NatWest bank. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2166620/Royal-Bank-Scotland-faces-150m-fine-manipulating-rates-sacked-trader-accuses-bosses-colluding-staff-rig-markets.html#ixzz1zHTSOg6n
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