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Guest Charlie The Tramp

Anyone care to comment?

I wasn't able to find figures for the Nationwide or smaller building societies, or the likes of MBNA, who are large lenders.

In the middle of last year I read that lenders had put aside £12billion to cover bad debts. This will have to be corrected or shareholders will revolt. As lending growth falls to zero the HM will come under very severe pressure as predicted by FreeTrader.

A very nasty hit for Barclays.

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