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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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Joanne Dove Feb 18
Need to catch up on the scam and how it worked ? or investigates
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stephen middleton Feb 16
‘It Looks Like My Signature, But I Never Signed It’ – The Berrys & RBS via
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Ian Fraser Feb 16
RBS accused of systematically forging and doctoring documents to cover up wrongdoing
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Harry Wilson Feb 15
Not losing money on any day of any month for more than 31mths in a row. Dutch HFT firm Flow Traders is quite something
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Andrew Verity Feb 15
Productivity growth has slowed down slightly from 0.4% in the third quarter of 2016 to 0.3% in the fourth quarter. Not great
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Andrew Verity Feb 15
The number of UK-born workers DECREASED by 120,000 in 2016. The number of non-UK-born workers increased by 431,000 (ONS estimates):
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Andrew Verity Feb 15
The number of UK-born people in work DECREASED by 120,000 in 2016 - while the number of non-UK-born workers increased by 431,000 (ONS)
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Andrew Verity Feb 15
Unemployment in the three months to the end of January was 1.6m - down 7,000 - a rate of 4.8%. Average earnings up 2.6% (ONS)
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Edward Snowden Feb 14
WIRED's shines light on 's quiet project to make investigative journalism unstoppable.
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Philip McCabe Feb 14
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Andrew Verity Feb 14
Inflation was 1.8% in the year to the end of January, up from 1.6% last month (ONS)
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Martyn McLaughlin Feb 9
This is what comes of investing in original, investigative public interest journalism.
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Karl Capp Feb 9
it's the tried and tested avoidance and damage limitation route. The victims need to agree who third party reviewer will be.
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Andrew Verity Feb 8
😀😅😂
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Andrew Verity Feb 8
yes. Well if the bank encouraged whistleblowers to come forward we would know it had nothing to hide. Unlikely I fear 😐
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Andrew Verity Feb 8
you guessed it
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Patrick Lee Feb 8
Let me guess - by imposing a different firm of consultants?
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Andrew Verity Feb 8
because to the best lawyers, principles are more important than money.
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Andrew Verity Feb 8
oh dear yes 😳
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Andrew Verity Feb 8
2/2 yep. By imposing a firm of consultants - ('independent reviewer') with no choice for the victims. I'm waiting for the bank to say why.
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