St Pauls and Goldman Sachs, London. Wed 18 Mar 2015
Debt Resistance UK bring out their banner '1% Your Turn to Pay' on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral
City of London Police watch the protesters
and come over to ask who is in charge and what they intend to do.
Nobody is in charge, but the protesters tell the police why they are protesting, and why they will protest against
Goldman Sachs, who bore a major repsonsibility for the 2008 crisis. But so far it has been the rest of us - the 99%
who have been made to pay. As there banner says, its time for those who caused the crisis to pay for it. Up tilll now
the rest of us have bailed them out, and they are now getting huge bonuses and cashing in on recovery.
Lloyd's Bank whistleblower Ian Taplin who is to stand against Teresa May in Maidenhead
He worked for Lloyds for ten years, and was sacked when he demanded proper investigation of their selling
the same financial products at preferential rates to wealthier clients. The FCA rejected his initial complaints made in 2012
but are reconsidering after the presented fresh evidence this January.
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