British taxpayers stand to make a £5bn profit from insuring the toxic assets of RBS and Lloyds, despite not yet having paid a penny.
In its first annual report published yesterday, the Asset Protection Agency (APA) said it was now confident that it would be profitable for taxpayers who have not yet been called upon to put up a penny,...
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Ahead of December deadline
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