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Have we already repaid our debts?

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Been thinking about this for a while before i decided to post it here, but now id be interested to know what others think.....

They way i see things, we have already repaid our debts (many times over i suspect), by way of the 1.3 trillion pound taxpayer bailout of the banking system.

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Well in a round about way yep, what should be happening is that we get a cut of the profits.... which we can then use to pay off the debts. So its all just admin really.

 

As we (the taxpayer) are major shareholders, then surely we should also have a say in how things are run..... which would certainly make the industry more ethical and legal.


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Everytime each 1 of us speaks to a bank or a DCA...then we should bring this up on each occassion ;)

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Why should shareholders gain from publically funded banks?


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it's only "taxpayers money" when it's coming out of our PAYE

 

once it goes to zanulabour,it's their money......this much overused phrase "taxpayer's money bailing out the banks" is only an empty platitude to make joe public feel important

 

if we actually had a say in how "taxpayers money" was used,I would vote for it to be used by me

 

yeah-like that's gonna happen anytime soon :rolleyes:


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