Goodwin could face criminal charges after FSA verdict

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Sir Fred Goodwin could face criminal charges after the FSA's report into the collapse of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) suggested the bank's directors broke Britain's accountancy laws.

Lord Turner, the chairman of the FSA, said on Tuesday there was not "sufficient evidence" to punish any of the RBS directors under the regulator's rules. But the FSA's report may have handed Vince Cable...

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