Monday, Nov 23, 2009

Lloyds helping the taxpayer

Times Online: Lloyds axes 800 jobs on Equitable contract loss

"The cuts, ... come on top of a total 12,500 jobs already axed since the bank was created by the takeover of HBOS by Lloyds TBS in January"

Posted by rumble @ 08:15 PM (767 views)
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1. Crunchy said...

Ian Jones wrote:
Good to see the bosses and the bankers taking all the money and the little man paying for it. We are no different to a third world nation.
November 23, 2009 4:40 PM GMT

History is littered with such events, It is easier to do than most realise. Some may believe a softening up process is required before the new world can move ahead. Thomas Jefferson would now be turning in his grave mumbling I didn't make it foolproof.

Commerce with all nations, alliance with none, should be our motto.
Thomas Jefferson

Monday, November 23, 2009 08:45PM Report Comment
 

2. Ndg said...

Snowball effect. More to come as time progresses and with ever-increasing mental disorientation. A very long slippery slope I'm pleased to say. So much better than falling off a cliff.

$ crashing.
£ crashing against the $.
UK living standards crashing against the £.
UK banks cashing in on the people.

UK government nowhere to be seen.

Nightmare. What to do?

Tuesday, November 24, 2009 10:39AM Report Comment
 

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