Bankers, arguably now less popular than paedophiles, continue to fill their boots while still being financially supported by, er, us.

This is to the tune of £5 billion a year in interest alone on the money shovelled at them, cash that covers pornographically high salaries and bonuses, such as the £7.7 million pay package for the chief executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland, Stephen Hester, a figure RBS chairman Sir Philip Hampton describes as “fair” Continue reading