The tide appears to be turning on Britain’s banking culture with government action after Brexit leader Nigel Farage’s revelation that he was being debanked, with examples from anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller to a once-notorious London mosque also revealing they were experiencing debanking.
Nigel Farage responded to the revelation that debanking scandal-hit NatWest saw its profits surge 23 per cent to £2.3 billion this year so far, saying the industry was making a lot of money while failing in its duty to ordinary people. He wrote: “The NatWest profits are no great surprise. Interest payments have risen sharply yet deposits have lagged. The whole sector is making massive profits whilst treating the public badly.”
BBC Apologises to Nigel Farage for ‘Inaccurate’ Reporting on Debankinghttps://t.co/QCM3Fw4dp0
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