Friday, March 11, 2011

Wow would love to see his CV now lol

Don't call me a banker! Former RBS boss Fred the Shred takes out super-injunction to stop people identifying his former profession

SIR Fred Goodwin, the disgraced banker who took the Royal Bank of Scotland to the brink of collapse, has taken out a controversial High Court super-injunction, it was revealed yesterday. The order, which bans mention of matters Sir Fred wishes to keep secret, was disclosed in the Commons by an MP using parliamentary privilege. Liberal Democrat John Hemming claimed that the legal ban prevented anyone identifying the banker and called for a Parliamentary debate on freedom of speech

Posted by mark @ 10:43 AM (2049 views)
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19 thoughts on “Wow would love to see his CV now lol

  • no-one has been presecuted for the largest fraud in uk history.

    people are angry and fred goodwin becomes a target,however, he was cleared of any wrong doing and therefore imo he is a very nice person and did absolutely nothing wrong

    calling him a banker is very naughty and anyone doing that should be punished

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  • A banker, a Daily Mail reader and a benefit claimant are sitting at a table sharing 12 biscuits. The banker takes 11 and says to the Daily Mail reader, ‘Watch out for that benefit claimant, he wants your biscuit.’

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  • To Fred, the bankers are just a lower form of life, along with the rest of us.

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  • change the B to another letter see how many forms of banker there are?

    C = canker

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  • cat and canary says:

    @mark,

    Fred the Banker,was a bit of a planker. He was the CEO *anker when RBS started to tanker. The whole affair stanker, but not for Fred the Banker, who would like to fankyer for his very big… pension.

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  • I wonder why anyone would want to call him a banker?

    Maybe if they were doing a news story and they had been banned from using his name they might describe him as a top banker.

    Now they’ll have to describe him as a houshold name or a high profile person.

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  • lol very very good

    that’s right said fred, ‘danker’

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  • Ere Eric, I recon this Fred blokes done a bit of bird by the looks of this CV.

    E looks the type Mick, get shot!

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  • I'm Frederick The Great says:

    Oh, please don’t tell my mother that I’m a banker in the city. She thinks that I clean floors in a brothel.

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  • 1. taffee said…no-one has been presecuted for the largest fraud in uk history.

    ~ Worth saying twice.

    Know your current master system.

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  • Goodwin is the name of some infamous sands, which are also a bank, does a super-injunction extend into the North Sea?

    I expect numerous bad puns involving flounders and pollocks.

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  • flounders and pollocks?

    You mean chancres!

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  • It would be easier and cheaper for Fred to change his name to Mr Syd Philis surely.

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  • righttoleech says:

    Being known as ‘a banker’ should be the least of his worries.

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  • bidin'matime says:

    “Sorry we are unable to accept comments for legal reasons.”

    As much as we might hanker, to call him a *anker, we have the judges to thanker that all we are allowed to call him is a [email protected]

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  • lol…bet that wasn’t in the injunction….good call

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  • Oh the irony of it .

    He is right though , he is not a banker and never was .

    If only he or RBS shareholders had realised this before he bankrupted RBS .

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  • So he should lose his title then also. He became a Sir for services to banking. It is a bit like Sir Paul McCartney not wanting to be called a musician. Too late!

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