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Andrew Verity
BBC economics correspondent. Should mean I'm corresponding with everyone: get in touch. Views mine: facts, everyone's.
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Andrew Verity 12h
Replying to @ImIncorrigible
What it takes to earn your respect! Worth it though - and thanks
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Andrew Verity 12h
Replying to @jamesinmotion
That would have been a great title
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Oliver Dowding Apr 23
Outrageous that our government is allowing the crooks to use the UK to launder their dirty money. Etc. Compelling programme by
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Andrew Verity 16h
Replying to @maxkeiser
Thank you Max! Means something coming from you.
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John Sweeney Apr 23
Cracker from reporter : “I’ve just been knocked over. Someone kicked me in the groin.” Watch tonight on gangsters buying up London
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Mike P, TruthMunki Apr 23
You’ve got to respect a chap who puts his ‘gentleman region’ on the line for a story. 🌰🌰
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Chris Mason Apr 23
Good on here, trying to ask difficult questions: and getting a kick in the goolies for his troubles
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Transparency Int'lUK Apr 23
Extraordinary scenes as tries to question a Ukrainian Mayor as part of new investigation! Read the full story here
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Panorama 🌐 Apr 23
Why does London attract so much dirty money? tracks down a violent Ukrainian crime gang using offshore companies and professionals to hide suspicious wealth in the UK. Watch follow the gangsters' trail from Odessa to Rome, and London, tonight on
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Stokes Bay Apr 23
It's good journalists commit time to investigating potential criminality. Shame professional service firms in offshore locations put profit before the law. If TCBs actually turned away source of funds business they could not verify they would turn away half their business.
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Andrew Verity Apr 23
Fortunately I’ve already had children.
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Bruce Lawson 🌍 Apr 23
How are your Crown Jewels Andy?
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Andrew Verity Apr 23
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Andrew Verity Apr 23
This is one of the most extraordinary journalistic projects I’ve ever been involved in. Brilliant work by the team. Watch tonight at 8.30pm on BBC 1 Panorama.
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sandra richardson Apr 20
Replying to @andyverity
Thank you for reporting how badly banks treat small businesses - David v. Goliath - it’s a travesty experienced by so many with little recourse
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Andrew Verity Apr 19
Case 38: a heartbreak hotel. If you missed last night's Newsnight investigation into Chris Richardson's story, you can watch it here: (openers first then it cuts to the story).
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Andrew Verity Apr 19
If you're a former business owner and you've suffered at the hands of a bank, you're not alone. This feature goes with a Newsnight investigation broadcast last night. BBC News - The hotel that RBS took and sold to... RBS
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Greg Mulholland Apr 18
I’m watching. This is shocking, even to me. More of . Superb .
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Andrew Verity Apr 19
Replying to @DouglasBlakey
Thanks!
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Andrew Verity Apr 18
Stay up late tonight to see a shocking story , painfully familiar if you’re a former customer of RBS GRG. Chris Richardson lost his hotel to GRG West Register in 2010 - and some very interesting evidence on his case only emerged because of the leaked s.166 report...
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