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And don't miss Lionel Laurent on Brits blaming the EU for trouble at RBS: "This kind of thinking is wrong-headed on several levels. It ignores the state of the seller, for one thing. RBS had been run into the ground through empire-building and reckless risk-taking. A failure was averted only by a colossal taxpayer injection of 45 billion pounds. Since then, RBS has posted nine straight years of losses, totaling 58 billion pounds. The bank is half the size it was in 2008. Worldpay is only one of many assets the lender had to sell to stem its losses and stand a remote chance of paying back the taxpayer."
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