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RBS 'wilfully obtuse' in turnaround unit evidence: UK lawmaker
LONDON (Reuters) - Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) was "wilfully obtuse" when giving evidence to lawmakers examining whether its corporate turnaround division had been used to make money out of small businesses, the chairman of a British ...
RBS bosses 'wilfully obtuse' over alleged mistreatment of small firms  
RBS executives make 'belated U-turn' on evidence, says Tyrie  
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Investors who bought shares in Royal Mail's flotation last year have experienced something of a roller-coaster ride. The shares rose quickly from the flotation price of 330p to close at 455p on the first day of trading and went on to peak at 615p on January 15.
Government plans to tackle fuel poverty are "inadequate" and "meaningless", campaigners have warned, after ministers unveiled new targets for insulating homes.
A Pro-Russian rebel stands near the burnt Ukrainian army tank on the outskirts of Donetsk. Geopolitical concerns are worrying UK firms.
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A picturesque village in West Sussex has become the first community in the country to successfully fight off an application by an energy company to explore for oil and gas, in a blow to the Government's hopes of a British fracking boom.

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