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  1. Bank run in Canada MASSIVE BANK RUN In Canada! - Home Capital Group CRASHES & May Receive Bailout!
  2. http://www.wakefield.gov.uk/residents/community-and-housing/housing/options/buying/homeowner-support Heard this advertised on the radio this morning especially for older home owners on interest only mortgages. "Under the Mortgage Rescue Scheme, a registered social landlord (RSL) can buy your property and you will remain in your home as a tenant. If you have equity in your home, an equity share option is available, and the RSL will buy a share that will clear your mortgage and debts. If you have little or negative equity, the scheme might still be able to help you. " Who wants to start rant
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