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R B S Caporegime To Be Paid £7,700,000

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The controversial £7.7 million pay package awarded to Royal Bank of Scotland's boss is expected to be given the all-clear by the Government on Tuesday despite widespread backlash over the deal. Skip related content
UK Financial Investments (UKFI), which manages the Government's bank assets, is reportedly planning to give its backing when shareholders cast their vote on RBS pay plans at the group's annual meeting in Edinburgh.
The move could see RBS, which is 83% owned by the taxpayer, attract further public outrage after details of chief executive Stephen Hester's pay emerged last month.

Shameless as are the politicians who endorse this form of robbery. I am with Natwest and was hoping they would be split off from RBS but as this is not happening according to my timescale I will be moving my account soon to Nationwide--the lesser of a number of evils.

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