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HEADLINE SCANNER 9/9/13: TSB's comeback | More HS2 woes | Banks face another £10bn mis-selling pay-outs | Ribena sold

by LLB Reporter
9th Sep 13 7:49 am

Welcome back TSB to our high streets

TSB bank returned to high streets today after 18 years with 600 branches. Lloyds Banking Group has announced that it will split into Lloyds Bank and TSB to improve banking competition and customer service.

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HS2 gets panned again

The Public Account Committee has said High Speed 2 plans are based on “fragile numbers, out-of-date data and assumptions which do not reflect real life”, suggesting the government has not presented a case yet to justify spending £50bn on the new rail line.

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Banks face another £10bn in pay-outs for mis-selling

British banks could be in line for a further £5bn-£10bn in compensation pay-outs for mis-selling claims arising from property projects, property consultancy DTZ has warned.

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Osborne to say the economy is “turning a corner”

George Osborne is expected to say the UK economy is “turning a corner” in a speech in London later today, although he will urge caution as we are still in the “early stages” of recovery and “plenty of risks” remain.

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GSK sells Lucozade and Ribena for £1.35bn

GlaxoSmithKline has sold Lucozade and Ribena to Japanese company Suntory for £1.35bn.

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