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Should we break-up RBS?

Ray Perman authored Friends of the Earth Scotand’s 2014 paper “Smaller Greener Banking: Banking for sustainability in a New Scotland”.  He is Chairman of the James Hutton Institute and former publisher and journalist. Unlike Lloyds, where the Government has been … Continue reading

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Reaction to RBS Sustainability Report: ‘Deliberate Manipulation of the Truth’

Today the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) are pleased to release their annual sustainability report.  However, when we scratch the surface, it does not truly reflect sustainability, and it does not accurately report all the facts. In 2012, RBS loaned … Continue reading

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RBS: Stop defrauding us, manipulating us, lying to us and trashing our climate

Originally posted as a guest blog on WDM on Thursday 28/3/12 The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) reported a £5.2 billion loss as it announced its annual results today The bank’s boss Stephen Hester is four years into his original … Continue reading

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What’s Next for RBS?

RBS has announced that despite this being another terrible year for them, they are still going to pay out out huge bonuses to their ‘top’ fat cat bankers – amazing that they can still afford to do this on top … Continue reading

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