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Black Horse's sugar lump

24 February 2009 By George Hay

The UK government looks set to scrap the 12% coupon on its £4bn of preference shares in the bank. Granting financial flexibility is wise, as Lloyds also faces hefty costs to use the state s toxicasset insurance scheme. But taxpayers should demand a future quid pro quo.

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