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  1. What was the actual reason for overstaying the two hours?
  2. The losses of £37million incurred by the 116,000 people who were left high and dry when Farepak collapsed in 2006 may look trivial in the greater scheme of things. But when one considers that among this group – disparaged by their bankers as Doris’ – are some of the least well-off in the country, who scraped and saved for a wonderful family Christmas, it is hard not to feel the most enormous sympathy. What is really disturbing about this sorry tale is the role played by Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS), the rotten bank that was saved from the knackers’ yard by Lloyds TSB and then th
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