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Every cloud…

4 August 2011 By George Hay

Huge one-off charges, higher funding costs and moribund markets made a mess of the UK lender’s first half. But Lloyds is weaning itself off state funding. And its depressed share price may prompt politicians to back away from plans to force the bank to sell more branches.

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