The sooner Lloyds Banking Group can resolve the neceasary regulatory issues to sell their 632 branches to the Co-operative Group the better ("Co-op now favourite to buy Lloyds branches", The Herald, June 28).
With a mutual structure, and a board which apparently includes a minister, a nurse and a plasterer, and still with currently one branch in Scotland, let the public decide where they would prefer to place their hard-earned funds.
63 Merchiston Crescent,
I think it was that great Irish playwright Brendan Brehan who said: "A businessman is a gangster with a shop."
I think we could substitute the word "businessman" with the word "banker".
26 Beechwood Road,
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