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B&B Bank 'To Be Nationalised'


Bradford and Bingley is to be nationalised and an announcement will be made before the markets open, Sky News has learned. Savers have been told their money is safe - but what about staff, shareholders and taxpayers? Joel Hills reports.



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【整理】Issue 126  ---jeanneleaf

 

It’s a High Street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford & Bingley’s assets, but wouldn’t be rushed into a weekend deal. The government has decided, the taxpayer has to step in.

 

Bradford&Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share price collapsed in the last 12 months. On Friday, shares were being bought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was brewing but the opposition insists nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in Britain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and to reconstruct it, safeguarding the depositors and then making sure that those bits of the businesses can be sold are sold. And in the end, the bill affectively is picked up…

 

Not by the tax payers who I want to protect. Thank you for the..., So a bank is sold for…

 

The government maintains it will act in the best interests of savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, this is a global crisis. We have taken tough decisive action to sort out the situation and I am confident that in due course, there will be a statement from the Treasury about Bradford&Bingley, I am not going to add to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford&Bingley’s 2.5 million savers is your money (is) safe, although you may find yourselve suddenly banking with someone else, retail deposits are likely to be sold on to the likes of Santander, HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford&Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 redundancies were announced earlier in the week with the branch network also said to be flogged off. More job losses look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not that encouraging. Bradford&Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgages; those loans are now turning bad at twice the average industry rate. In a falling housing market, no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result of this breakup is that yet another mortgage provider has disappeared from the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expensive.

 

Until now, banks and building societies have either been nationalized or taken over when they run into trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business models and our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look this in the eye that the Americans have done, I really fear for what’s gonna happen in the next kind of two, three, four, five months.

 

There're reports that the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is that Bradford&Bingley isn’t the only British bank in trouble.

 

[ 本帖最后由 jeanneleaf 于 2008-10-13 22:01 编辑 ]

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It’s a high street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford&Bingley’s assets but wouldn’t be rushed into a weekend deal. The government has decided, the tax-payer has to step in.

 

Bradford&Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share prices collapse in the last 12 month. On Friday, shares was being brought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was bringing but the oppositions insist nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in Britain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and to reconstruct it, safe guarding the depositors and then making sure that those piece of business can be solved unsold. And the bill affectively is picked up…

 

Not by the tax payers… So that is what I want to protect. So a Bank is sold for…

 

The government maintains they will let in the best interests of savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, this is a global crisis. We have taken tough decides of action to sought out the situation and I am confident that in * course, there will be a statement form the Treasury about Bradford&Bingley, I am not going to * to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford&Bingley’s 2.5 millions savers as your money safe, although you may find yourselves suddenly banking with someone else, retail the posit that likely to be sold on to like just Santander,HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford&Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 * were announced early in the week with the branch network also said to be flog off. More job loss is look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not batter encouraging Bradford&Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgage; those loans are now turning bad twice the average industry rates. In a fully housing market, no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result display copy * another mortgage provider has disappeared form the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expansive.

 

Until now, banks and building society have either been nationalized or taken over when they’re running to trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business model that our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look * the Americans have done, I really fear if what’s gonna happen in the next kind 2,3,4,5 months.

 

At Liverpool, the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is the Bradford&Bingley isn’t the only British bank in trouble.

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It’s a high street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford&Bingley’s assets but wouldn’t be mashed into a weekend deal. The government has decided, the tax-payer has to step in.

 

Bradford&Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share prices collapsed in the last 12 months. On Friday, shares were being brought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was bringing but the oppositions insist nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in Britain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and to reconstruct it, safe guarding the depositors and then making sure that those piece of business can be solved unsold. And the bill affectively is picked up…

 

Not by the tax payers… So that is what I want to protect. So a Bank is sold for…

 

The government maintains they will let in the best interest of savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, this is a global crisis. We have taken tough decides of action to sought out the situation and I am confident that in * course, there will be a statement form the Treasury about Bradford&Bingley, I am not going to * to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford&Bingley’s 2.5 millions savers as your money safe, although you may find yourselves suddenly banking with someone else, retail the posit that likely to be sold on to like just Santander,HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford&Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 * were announced early in the week with the branch network also said to be flogged off. More job loss is look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not batter encouraging Bradford&Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgages; those loans are now turning bad twice the average industry rates. In a fully housing market, no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result display copies that yet another mortgage provider has disappeared form the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expansive.

 

Until now, banks and building society have either been nationalized or taken over when they’re running to trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business model that our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look and see in the eye the Americans have done, I really fear if what’s gonna happen in the next kind 2,3,4,5 months.

 

At Liverpool, the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is the Bradford&Bingley isn’t the only British bank in trouble.

 

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It’s a high street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford&Bingley’s assets but wouldn’t be rushed into a weekend deal. The government has decided, the tax-payer has to step in.

 

Bradford&Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share prices collapse in the last 12 month. On Friday, shares was being bought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was bringing but the oppositions insist nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in Britain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and to reconstruct it, safe guarding the depositors and then making sure that those piece of business can be solved unsold. And in the end the bill affectively is picked up…

 

Not by the tax payers… So that is what I want to protect. So a Bank is sold for…

 

The government maintains they will let in the best interests of  savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, this is a global crisis. We have taken tough decides of action to sort out the situation and I am confident that you called, there will be a statement from the Treasury about Bradford&Bingley, I am not going to ends to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford&Bingley’s 2.5 millions savers as your money safe, although you may find yourselves suddenly banking with someone else, retail the posit that likely to be sold on to like just Santander,HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford&Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 redundancies were announced early in the week with the branch network also said to be flop off. More job losses look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not that encouraging Bradford&Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgages; those loans are now turning bad twice the average industry rates. In a fully housing market, no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result of this break up * yet another mortgage provider has disappeared form the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expensive.

 

Until now, banks and building societies have either been nationalized or taken over when they’re running into trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business model that our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look us in the eye that the Americans have done, I really fear if what’s gonna happen in the next kind 2,3,4,5 months.

 

There're other reports that the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is the Bradford&Bingley isn’t the only British bank in trouble.

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It’s a high street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford&Bingley’s assets but wouldn’t be rushed into a weekend deal. The government has decided, the tax-payer has to step in.

 

Bradford&Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share prices collapse in the last 12 month. On Friday, shares was being bought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was brewing but the oppositions insist nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in Britain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and to reconstruct it, safe guarding the depositors and then making sure that those piece of business can be sold are sold. And in the end the bill affectively is picked up…

 

Not by the tax payer So that is what I want to protect. So a Bank is sold for…

 

The government maintains they will act in the best interests of  savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, this is a global crisis. We have taken tough decisive action to sort out the situation and I am confident that in new course, there will be a statement from the Treasury about Bradford&Bingley, I am not going to adds to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford&Bingley’s 2.5 millions savers as your money safe, although you may find yourselves suddenly banking with someone else, retail the deposit that likely to be sold on to like just Santander,HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford&Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 redundancies were announced early in the week with the branch network also said to be flop off. More job losses look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not that encouraging Bradford&Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgages; those loans are now turning bad twice the average industry rates. In a falling housing market, no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result of this break up is yet another mortgage provider has disappeared form the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expensive.

 

Until now, banks and building societies have either been nationalized or taken over when they’re running into trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business model in our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look us in the eye that the Americans have done, I really fear if what’s gonna happen in the next kind 2,3,4,5 months.

 

There're other reports that the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being freshed out in the United States. The suggestion is the Bradford&Bingley isn’t the only British bank in trouble.

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It’s a high street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford & Bingley’s assets but wouldn’t be rushed into a weekend deal. The government has decided the tax-payer has to step in.

 

Bradford & Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share prices collapsed in the last 12 months. On Friday, shares were being brought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was bringing but the opposition insists nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in Britain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and to reconstruct it, safe guarding the depositors and then making sure that those piece of business can be solved unsold. And in the end the bill affectively is picked up…

 

Not by the tax payers… So that is what I want to protect. So a Bank is sold for…

 

The government maintains they will let in the best interests of savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, it is a global crisis. We have taken tough decides of action to sort out the situation and I am confident that in duel course, there will be a statement from the Treasury about Bradford & Bingley. I am not going to add to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford & Bingley’s 2.5 millions savers as your money safe, although you may find yourselves suddenly banking with someone else, retail the posit that likely to be sold on to like just Santander, HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford & Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 redundancies were announced early in the week with the branch network also said to be flogged off. More job loss is look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not that encouraging Bradford & Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgages; those loans are now turning bad as twice the average industry rates. In a fully housing market, no bank is likely to be interested the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result of this break up is yet another mortgage provider has disappeared from the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expensive.

 

Until now, banks and building societies have either been nationalized or taken over when they’re running to trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business model that our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look and see in the eye like the Americans have done, I really fear if what’s gonna happen in the next kind 2,3,4,5 months.

 

There are other reports that the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is the Bradford & Bingley isn’t the only British bank in trouble.

 

 

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It’s a high street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford&Bingley’s assets but wouldn’t be rushed into a weekend deal. The government has decided, the tax-payer has to step in.

 

Bradford&Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share price/ has collapsed in the last 12 month. On Friday, shares was being bought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was brewing but the oppositions insist nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in Britain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and to reconstruct it, safeguarding the depositors and then making sure that those bits of the businesses can be sold are sold. And in the end the bill affectively is picked up…

 

Not by the tax payers who I want to protect. So a Bank is sold for…

 

The government maintains they will act in the best interests of savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, this is a global crisis. We have taken tough decisive action to sort out the situation and I am confident that in due course, there will be a statement from the Treasury about Bradford&Bingley, I am not going to add to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford&Bingley’s 2.5 millions savers is your money safe, although you may find yourselves suddenly banking with someone else, retail deposits are likely to be sold on to the likes of Santander,HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford&Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 redundancies were announced earlier in the week with the branch network also said to be flogged off. More job losses look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not that encouraging. Bradford&Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgages; those loans are now turning bad at twice the average industry rates. In a falling housing market, no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result of this break up is that yet another mortgage provider has disappeared from the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expensive.

 

Until now, banks and building societies have either been nationalized or taken over when they’re running into trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business model that our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look this in the eye that the Americans have done, I really fear for what’s gonna happen in the next kinda two, three, four, five months.

 

There're / reports that the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is the Bradford&Bingley isn’t the only British bank in trouble.

 

 

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HW

It's a high street name in need of rescuing but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time.Santander was insterested in some of Bradford and Bingley's assets but wouldn't be rushed into a weekend deal.The government has decided the taxpayer has to step in.


Bradford and Bingley's been trouble for some time.Just look at how its share prices collapsed in the last 12 months.On Friday shares had been bought and sold for just 20 pents.


A crisis of confidence was brewing but the opposition insists nationalization is not the answer.


"We should have a situation in Britain while we have the ability for the Bank of England to takeover failing bank and to reconstruct it,safeguarding the depositers and then making sure that those piece of business can be sold are sold.And in the end the bill affectively is picked up not by the taxpayers who I want to protect."


The government maintains it will act in the best interests of savers and taxpayers.


"This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom.This is a global crisis.We have taken tough decisive action to sort out the situation.And I am confident that in your course there will be a statement from the Treasury about Bradford and Bingley.I am not going to add to the speculation."


The message for Bradford and Bingley's 2.5 million savers is your money is safe although you may find yourself suddenly banking with someone else.Retail deposits are likely to be sold on to the light of Santander,HSBC and Backly's.


What happens next to Bradford and Bingley's 3000 staff isn't clear.370 redundancies were announced early in the week with the branch network also said to be flogged off.More job losses look likely.


To the rest of us,the news is not that encouraging.Bradford and Bingley has written 41 billion pounds of mortgages.Those loans are now turning bad at twice the average industry rate.In a falling housing market,no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to be left with the taxpayer.


The result of this breakup is not yet another mortgage provider has disappeared from the market unless conpetition could well make mortgage scarcer and more expensive.


Until now, banks and building societies have either been nationalized or taken over when they are running into trouble.But some feel the government shouldn't be bailing out individual banks.It's the banking system that needs saving.


We have a business model in our banking system that don't work anymore.You know,unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look into the eye that the Americans have done.I really fear for what gonna happen in the next 2,3,4,5 months.


There are reports that the British Banks have asked the government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that has been freshed out in the US.


The suggestion is the Bradford and Bingley isn't the only British bank in trouble.

[ 本帖最后由 jasonma2046 于 2008-9-29 16:01 编辑 ]
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It’s a High Street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time.Santander was interested in some of Bradford&Bingley’s assets ,but wouldn’t be rushed into a weekend deal. The government has decided, the tax-payer has to step in.

 

Bradford&Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share price has collapsed in the last 12 month. On Friday, shares was being bought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was brewing but the oppositions insist nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in Britain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and to reconstruct it, safeguarding the depositors and then making sure that those bits of the businesses can be sold are sold. And in the end the bill affectively is picked up…

 

Not by the tax payers who I want to protect. So a bank is sold for…

 

The government maintains it will act in the best interests of savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, this is a global crisis. We have taken tough decisive action to sort out the situation and I am confident that in due course, there will be a statement from the Treasury about Bradford&Bingley, I am not going to add to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford&Bingley’s 2.5 million/ savers is your money safe, although you may find yourselves suddenly banking with someone else, retail deposits are likely to be sold on to the likes of Santander,HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford&Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 redundancies were announced earlier in the week with the branch network also said to be flogged off. More job losses look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not that encouraging. Bradford&Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgages; those loans are now turning bad at twice the average industry rates. In a falling housing market, no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result of this breakup is that yet another mortgage provider has disappeared from the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expensive.

 

Until now, banks and building societies have either been nationalized or taken over when they’re running into trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business model that our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look this in the eye that the Americans have done, I really fear for what’s gonna happen in the next kinda two, three, four, five months.

 

There're / reports that the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is the Bradford&Bingley isn’t the only British bank in trouble.

 

 

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It’s a High Street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford & Bingley’s assets but wouldn’t be rushed into a weekend deal. The government has decided, the taxpayer has to step in.

 

Bradford&Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share price has collapsed in the last 12 month. On Friday, shares were being bought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was brewing but the oppositions insist nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in Britain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and to reconstruct it, safeguarding the depositors and then making sure that those bits of the businesses can be sold are sold. And in the end the bill affectively is picked up…

 

Not by the tax payers who I want to protect. So a bank is sold for…

 

The government maintains it will act in the best interests of savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, this is a global crisis. We have taken tough decisive action to sort out the situation and I am confident that in due course, there will be a statement from the Treasury about Bradford&Bingley, I am not going to add to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford&Bingley’s 2.5 million savers is your money is safe, although you may find yourselves suddenly banking with someone else, retail deposits are likely to be sold on to the likes of Santander, HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford&Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 redundancies were announced earlier in the week with the branch network also said to be flogged off. More job losses look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not that encouraging. Bradford&Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgages; those loans are now turning bad at twice the average industry rate/. In a falling housing market, no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result of this breakup is that yet another mortgage provider has disappeared from the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expensive.

 

Until now, banks and building societies have either been nationalized or taken over when they’ve run into trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business models and our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look this in the eye that the Americans have done, I really fear for what’s gonna happen in the next kind of two, three, four, five months.

 

There're / reports that the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is that Bradford&Bingley isn’t the only British bank in trouble.

 

on jjmm,

 

It’s a High Street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford & Bingley’s assets ,but wouldn’t be rushed into a weekend deal. The government has decided, the taxpayer has to step in.

 

Bradford&Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share price collapsed in the last 12 months. On Friday, shares were being bought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was brewing but the opposition insists nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in brain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and reconstruct it, safeguarding the depositors and then making sure that those bits of the businesses can be sold or sold. And in the end, the bill affectively is picked up…

 

Not by the tax payers who I want to protect. Thank you for the..., So a bank is sold for…

 

The government maintains it will act in the best interests of savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, this is a global crisis. We have taken tough decisive action to sort out the situation and I am confident that in due course, there will be a statement from the Treasury about Bradford&Bingley, I am not going to add to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford&Bingley’s 2.5 million savers is your money is safe, although you may find yourselves suddenly banking with someone else, retail deposits are likely to be sold on to the likes of Santander, HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford&Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 redundancies were announced earlier in the week with the branch network also said to be flogged off. More job losses look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not that encouraging. Bradford&Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgages; those loans are now turning bad at twice the average industry rate/. In a falling housing market, no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result of this breakup is that yet another mortgage provider has disappeared from the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expensive.

 

Until now, banks and building societies have either been nationalized or taken over when they running into trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business models and our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look this in the eye that the Americans have done, I really fear for what’s gonna happen in the next kind of two, three, four, five months.

 

There're / reports that the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is that Bradford&Bingley isn’t the only British bank in trouble.

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It is a high-street in need of rescuing. Talks to find the private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford & Bingley’s assets, but wound not be rushed to a weekend deal. The government has decided the taxpayer has to step in.

 

Bradford & Bingley has been in trouble for some time. Just look at how its share prices collapsed in last 12 months. On Friday, shares will be bottom sold for just 20 pens. A crisis of confidence was brewing but the opposition insists the nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have the situation in Britain, and we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and reconstruct it, safely guarding the deposits and then making sure that those bit of the businesses can be sold are sold. And in the end, the bill affectively is picked up. No buy the…Who want to be protected.

 

So the bank…

 

The government maintain that it act in the best interests of savers and taxpayers.

 

It is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom. This is a global crisis. We have taken tough decisive action to solve out the situation. And I am confident over a new course; there will be a statement from Treasury about the Bradford & Bingley. I am not going to act to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford & Bingley’s two and half million savers is your money safe, although you may find yourself suddenly banking with someone else. Retail deposits are likely to be sold to the likes of Santander, HSBC and Barclays. What happened next to Bradford & Bingley three thousand staff is not clear. 370 redundancies were announced early in the week with branch network also said to be flogged off, more job loss is look likely. For the rest of us, the news is not that encouraging. Bradford & Bingley has written 41 billion pound of mortgages. Those loans are now turning bad at twice the average industry rates. In the falling housing market, no bank is likely to be interested. The really toxic stuff is likely to be left to the taxpayers.

 

The result of this breakup is that yet another mortgage provider has disappeared from the market. And less competition could well make mortgage scarcer and more expensive. Until now, banks and building societies are either be nationalized or taken over when they running to trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks. It is the banking system that need saving.

 

We have a business models that the banking system do not work any more. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look this in the eye that the Americans have done, I really fear what is going to happen in the next coming 2 or 3, 4, 5 months.

 

There are reports that British Banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that has been flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is the Bradford & Bingley is not the only British bank in trouble.

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It’s a High Street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford & Bingley’s assets ,but wouldn’t be rushed into a weekend deal. The government has decided, the taxpayer has to step in.

 

Bradford&Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share price collapsed in the last 12 months. On Friday, shares were being bought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was brewing but the opposition insists nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in brain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and reconstruct it, safeguarding the depositors and then making sure that those bits of the businesses can be sold or sold. And in the end, the bill affectively is picked up

 

Not by the tax payers who I want to protect. 

 

The government maintains it will act in the best interests of savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, this is a global crisis. We have taken tough decisive action to sort out the situation and I am confident that in due course, there will be a statement from the Treasury about Bradford&Bingley, I am not going to add to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford&Bingley’s 2.5 million savers is your money is safe, although you may find yourselves suddenly banking with someone else, retail deposits are likely to be sold on to the likes of Santander, HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford&Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 redundancies were announced earlier in the week with the branch network also said to be flogged off. More job losses look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not that encouraging. Bradford&Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgages; those loans are now turning bad at twice the average industry rate. In a falling housing market, no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result of this breakup is that yet another mortgage provider has disappeared from the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expensive.

 

Until now, banks and building societies have either been nationalized or taken over when they running into trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business models and our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look this in the eye that the Americans have done, I really fear for what’s gonna happen in the next kind of two, three, four, five months.

 

There're /reports that the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is that B&B isn’t the only British bank in trouble.
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It’s a High Street name in need of rescuing, but talks to find a private buyer have run out of time. Santander was interested in some of Bradford & Bingley’s assets ,but wouldn’t be rushed into a weekend deal. The government has decided, the taxpayer has to step in.

 

Bradford&Bingley has been in trouble for some time, just look at how its share price collapsed in the last 12 months. On Friday, shares were being bought and sold for just 20 pence.

 

A crisis of confidence was brewing but the opposition insists nationalization is not the answer.

 

We should have a situation in brain, where we have the ability for the Bank of England to take over failing bank and to reconstruct it, safeguarding the depositors and then making sure that those bits of the businesses can be sold are sold. And in the end, the bill affectively is picked up…

 

Not by the tax payers who I want to protect. Thank you for the..., So a bank is sold for…

 

The government maintains it will act in the best interests of savers and taxpayers.

 

This is not simply a problem for the United Kingdom, this is a global crisis. We have taken tough decisive action to sort out the situation and I am confident that in due course, there will be a statement from the Treasury about Bradford&Bingley, I am not going to add to the speculation.

 

The message for Bradford&Bingley’s 2.5 million savers is your money is safe, although you may find yourselves suddenly banking with someone else, retail deposits are likely to be sold on to the likes of Santander, HSBC and Barclays.

 

What happens next to Bradford&Bingley’s 3000 staff isn’t clear. 370 redundancies were announced earlier in the week with the branch network also said to be flogged off. More job losses look likely.

 

For the rest of us, the news is not that encouraging. Bradford&Bingley has written 41 billon pounds of mortgages; those loans are now turning bad at twice the average industry rate/. In a falling housing market, no bank is likely to be interested, the really toxic stuff is likely to left with the taxpayer.

 

The result of this breakup is that yet another mortgage provider has disappeared from the market, and less competition could well make mortgages scarcer and more expensive.

 

Until now, banks and building societies have either been nationalized or taken over when they running into trouble. But some feel the government shouldn’t be bailing out individual banks, it’s the banking system that needs saving.

 

We have a business models and our banking system that don’t work anymore. You know, unless we do something comprehensive, unless we really look this in the eye that the Americans have done, I really fear for what’s gonna happen in the next kind of two, three, four, five months.

 

There're / reports that the British banks have asked government to arrange a rescue package similar to the one that’s being flushed out in the United States. The suggestion is that Bradford&Bingley isn’t the only British bank in trouble.

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