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'He added: 'It is clearly what people in the City are gagging for. They cannot wait to get back to their old ways - awarding big bonuses for taking big risks behind closed doors - and the same problems will follow.'

That's because you bailed them out rather than let them fail, you horrible, corrupt monster. Perhaps if Vince let the consequence of their risks result in their own collapse we would have the system cleaned?

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"Another jumper I see. Thats what happends when banks behave irresponsibility.........cutting bonuses, I ask you"

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Wouldn't fancy that ferret down the trousers......Only me, me , me sorry onlyme. ;)

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In between those figures that is effectively what they are doing as any losses are being sold on to the taxpayer, so they keep on creaming off the bonuses, not serving the greater good of businesses (because they are buggering them as well) and at each step they are just using their power as first user of inflationary money.

That is why RBS bankers were leaning out of the window taunting the plebs outside waving their notes.

Plus . . . one and several times over.

The banks were making obscene profits. What happened to all that protest about the £30 quid charge for going a penny overdrawn? Still lost somewhere in the High Court, isn't it? (Thanks to Labour Law Lords.)

How can anything but a grossly fat business own six or seven overlapping businesses and properties in every High Street?

The majority of transactions - the kind ordinary people need - could be carried out without banks at all. In fact, most transactions are already on the phone or net.

RBS bankers were leaning out of the window taunting the plebs outside waving their notes.

Honestly. Where do they get this idea they are important? A High Street Bank is no more than a Kentucky Fried Chicken. And at least, with Colonel Sanders, you don't have to pay twice to get your own chicken back.

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