Editor's blog: There's a lot more grief in store for bankers

I'd thought the worst was probably over for bankers. Given recent events, I fear I may have been wrong.

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

A bad week for bankers. For their collective image rather than their pay packets, that is. Just when we thought we’d supped our full of banking horrors, news emerged that RBS and HBOS had been bailed out last year (behind our backs) to the tune of £62bn (that’s half what the NHS costs us annually). Lloyds TSB shareholders, who were not the happiest bunnies in the marketplace, have blown a collective fuse. I’d thought during the Summer that the worst of the heat may have been off for the bankers; that they were finding a path to redemption and a route back to some sort of acceptance among the public at large. I fear I may have been wrong... [CLICK HERE TO READ MORE AND COMMENT]


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