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Another Example Of The Prudent Paying For The Feckless

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Sunday Times article

Not sure if this has been posted, but made my blood boil when I read it over my afternoon tea.

"Lloyds-owned Halifax, which is backed 40% by taxpayers, and NatWest, part of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) group, which is 70% owned by the taxpayer, are providing mortgages that are about 1.5 percentage points cheaper than their normal range to customers whose outstanding loans are more than their property value."

I hate this government :angry:

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