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No Second Bank Bailout Without a Full Referendum

Submitted on Wednesday 31st August 2011

Rejected on Wednesday 21st June 2017

Current status: Rejected

Rejection code: duplicate (see below for details)

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No Second Bank Bailout Without a Full Referendum

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Following the collapse of the banking sector in the Uk in 2008/2009, where the state used billions of tax payers money to bail out the banks, and where little has changed for the people who caused it, the Government should make assurances that this will never happen again. The tax payer will be paying for this action for many years to come yet the banks still pay huge saleries and bonuses to those responsible. If the Banks collapse then another system will form to fill the gap that will probably be better, fairer and safer for those that invest in them, and not for those that run them.

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