The bank that shouldn't have said yes

21 January 2009 By John Foley

Lloyds takeover of HBOS is proving a disaster. A fairly healthy bank has been infected with a virus, where the cure could be nationalisation. The three main culprits are: Gordon Brown, who pushed for the deal; the board of Lloyds; and shareholders, who voted it through.

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