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Interesting that the Yorkshire BS are now the second biggest.

I closed my cash ISA with them back in March because it was paying 1.9%, and it still is. Disgraceful for such a large organisation.

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At June 2007 UK banks' cash deposits at the Bank of England were £2.4bn ($4.9bn), while the notes and coin held in their tills were worth just under £8.8bn and their holdings of Treasury bills were under £8bn. By contrast, their total sterling liabilities were over £3,150bn.

Is that true?? what a mess

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Thought this was a handy summary - can't show it in this post because of my fubar'd settings.

http://www.nakedcapitalism.com/2010/11/the-british-mess-ii.html

Plus some perspective on what Ireland is being forced to take and what the UK will need.

Don't be silly, out bankers are home to some of the best financial brains in the world as evidenced by the fact that they are paying their staff several billion in bonuses this year ...

After all they wouldn't want to lost that 'talent' which has made them great!

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