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Breaking News...lloyds Banking Group Dismisses Eight Members Of Staff Over Rate Rigging Revelations

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"Lloyds, which is 25% owned by the government, said the individuals had also forfeited £3m in unpaid bonuses."

That's right folks. Not only are the banking system robbing us all blind through their money printing, fractional reserve banking, low interest rates, unregalted lending, HTB2 scheme etc etc etc....they are also taking our money in the form of public sector bonuses.

Something has got to be done about corrupt bankers and the politicians who support them.

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You guess correctly.

Where are the prosecutions from 2007 ?

Not 1.

When Gordie McRuin insisted that 'Now isn't the appropriate time to apportion blame' at the beginning of 2009 you knew very well there never would be an appropriate time.

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Cameron "We need to move and get behind the bankers"

I notice they get to keep their 1 way bet salaries.

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A bit harsh I think- after all the way it normally works is you commit massive fraud and get to keep the job the pension and the bonus's- these guys are being victimized.

We should start a campaign- justice for the the Lloyds eight.

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