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Puke inducing stuff.

I want one penny of my tax or work either directly or indirectly going to support these kunts.

http://www.bobsguide.com/guide/news/2011/Mar/23/UK_banks_%27employment_levels_similar_to_pre-recession%27.html

UK banks 'employment levels similar to pre-recession'

23 March 2011

Employment in the UK's banks is climbing to levels similar to those seen prior to the recession, it has been found.

UK banks 'employment levels similar to pre-recession'

Bloomberg reports that the Royal Bank of Scotland Group - which received the biggest bank bailout in the world - now has more workers in its securities unit than it had four years ago.

Moreover, Goldman Sachs Group - which filed for the largest bankruptcy in history and helped catalyze the economic downturn - currently employs nearly as many individuals in London as it did in 2007.

The news provider added that under the guidance of Robert Diamond in 2010, Barclays Capital took on 1,800 new members of staff.

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What about all the LLoyds layoffs mentioned the over day? Selective reporting or wishful thinking?

Done what the councils are doing - getting rid of the services bit and hoarding more of the money in the admin / casino bits (in the case of banks).

Not surprising there are parallels as both on the public teat to extract as much as possible from running cartels propped up with taxpayer money.

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Puke inducing stuff.

I don't one penny of my tax or work either directly or indirectly going to support these kunts.

http://www.bobsguide...cession%27.html

UK banks 'employment levels similar to pre-recession'

23 March 2011

Employment in the UK's banks is climbing to levels similar to those seen prior to the recession, it has been found.

UK banks 'employment levels similar to pre-recession'

Bloomberg reports that the Royal Bank of Scotland Group - which received the biggest bank bailout in the world - now has more workers in its securities unit than it had four years ago.

Moreover, Goldman Sachs Group - which filed for the largest bankruptcy in history and helped catalyze the economic downturn - currently employs nearly as many individuals in London as it did in 2007.

The news provider added that under the guidance of Robert Diamond in 2010, Barclays Capital took on 1,800 new members of staff.

You realise 'Dia-mond(e)' is one form of 'carbon' ROB-BER whilst they 'rob' us with the made up CO2 'Carbon' (Credit(sic)) taxes

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Recession???

What recession?

We would have had a real one had the banks taken a hit. They were bailed out. Whoopee. Everyone is saved.

Some plebs have lost their jobs...but that's only temporary.

We have avoided an 80s style rout. Or a 70s stagflation. Yippeee !

The banks just keep rolling on. :rolleyes:

(The plates are still spinning. Only instead of 10, there are now 50. The next crash will be bigger, imo. And will be upon us sooner than we expect. Not another 15 years of boom to look forward to...) :ph34r:

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