Lloyds Banking Group, produced by the merger of Lloyds TSB and the Halifax banking group HBOS, is the biggest ever UK bank. The combined group, with around 145,000 staff and 3,000 branches, will control around a third of UK's mortgages and a quarter of all savings. The government owns 43.4% of Lloyds Banking Group, 36% are owned by Lloyds TSB shareholders and 20% by HBOS shareholders.
If that is what the bookies are doing and proven right I will bury my head in my hands, wish the UK ATVB and join Wids in the cynical group.
bookies make labour favorites to sit in gov.they are never far wrong. im not sure if that will be good or bad for sp .
Thanks Wids. I had noticed this but interestingly they always seem to be "neutral"
UK General Election 2015: Poll Watch The Conservative party extended their lead to 6 points in the latest Ashcroft poll, holding 36% of the vote. Meanwhile the Labour party held 30%, UKIP 11%, the Liberal Democrats 9% and the Green Party 7%. 27 April https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/uk-general-election-2015-poll-171200136.html
Right again. As always. But although debt reduction is not a vote winner it is a necessity. Interesting how all the parties were slated by the indepndent group (can't quite remember who) and even said Sturgeons figures included reductions. not what she said. And did you see the interview where she admitted a birthday present was her picture in latex and a whip. I rather admired her for confirming it.
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