Chancellor Alistair Darling said potential losses from the government’s
intervention into banks will fall to £10bn, from an anticipated £50bn.
Darking cited Lloyds ability to raise money from the market as a chief cause
of this drop.
“Lloyd banking fgroup has been able to raise money from the market,” he said.
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