‘A massive fraud’: The UK’s banking sector is so big it’s causing millions of pounds of damage

By Mark D. Dannick”I’m a big fan of ‘The Big Short’.

The book is full of interesting insights into the financial world, but the most compelling part of the book is the way it portrays how the financial sector operates.”

The Big Book of Financial Fraud and The Big Short are a new book by Mark Dannicks and David Lipscombe, and it looks at how the UK financial system has been misused for decades.

The book is available to pre-order on Amazon for £20.

It will be released on July 15, 2017.

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Written by Mark and David Dannics and illustrated by Chris Jones, this book provides an inside look at how big money is being made in the financial markets.

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Here are a few things you need to know about the book:The UK is the largest financial markets in the world and the biggest player in global markets such as equities and currencies.

But, with the financial crisis of 2008, and the subsequent banking and insurance crisis, the UK was left with a huge hole in its finances, with a $8.2tn (£5.7tn) deficit in the first six months of the year alone.

That was exacerbated by a massive tax increase in 2014 that the government had to pay back.

It was also the biggest tax hike in UK history.

While the government has since announced that it is going to spend the money it has raised in the last budget, it was unable to come up with the money for a major new bank to start.

So, the government set up a giant “financial engineering task force” to come to a solution.

The task force was comprised of the government, the Royal Bank of Scotland, Royal Bank, Lloyds Banking Group and the City of London.

They were tasked with finding a solution to the financial engineering task.

They came up with a plan called “The Big Money”.

The plan called for the government to provide a billion pounds of loans, the proceeds of which would be used to create the new “bank”.

The scheme was approved by the Treasury, with funding of the billion pounds from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, and National Health and Social Care.

This scheme was set up by the Financial Services Authority, and is the most controversial part of this book.

The scheme allows banks to create new financial instruments, but it has a very different structure than other banks.

For instance, it does not have an internal regulator, a board of directors, and no shareholder.

It also does not require a public offering to be conducted before the scheme is approved.

The scheme is also controversial because the government says it is designed to help small businesses.

But critics argue that this is not enough.

They argue that it’s the biggest loophole in the law, as there are only around a dozen banks in the country that can create new finance instruments.

And the scheme, while it has been criticised for its potential for financial fraud, has been praised by experts for its use of the “big data” to help the government.

The banks were given more than 2,000 datasets to analyse, and they came up in some cases with more than 100,000 financial data points to help analyse.

It’s also possible that some of these datasets have been mismanaged, as it’s not known exactly how many people have lost money by taking part in the scheme.

But the biggest criticism has been for its lack of transparency.

The government said it would make it easier for banks to publish detailed financial data about how much money they made and when, but this was not always the case.

And in the wake of the financial meltdown, the British government has been forced to make its own changes to its schemes.

It now requires that companies disclose how much they earn from each sale and what they charge customers.

And the government also introduced a new rule that states that banks must disclose how many times a customer has had a loan taken out, and how many years it has held the loan.

Read the full article:The Government is spending billions of pounds to crack down on the fraudsters behind the financial fraud.

But while this is being implemented, more and more people are turning to financial fraud to make ends meet.

And there are already many who are struggling to find work.

The British unemployment rate stands at 10.1% and a quarter of young