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No accountability makes bank probes a waste of money

Letters to the editor

After clearing the Royal Bank of Scotland of any wrongdoing following its near collapse in 2008 the FSA has revealed that it will not publish the results of its investigations into HBOS and Bradford & Bingley unless it finds anything seriously amiss.

But who is undertaking a review of the FSA’s failures? Of course it found no wrongdoing by RBS or its own part in this fiasco. What is the point in wasting more money when it is obvious no one will be held accountable?

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