Thursday, August 20, 2009

Banks should not be bailed out by credit unions

Join Peter Black AM and Ali Goldsworthy in campaigning to change the government's mind on this.

If like Peter and Ali you think that Credit Unions shouldn’t be bailing out failing banks here are three things you can do to help get the Government to change its mind.

1, In just 1 minute, join the newly established Facebook group

2, In just 3 minutes, once you have joined encourage others to do the same from your friends list. Make sure you include any elected representatives

3, In just 10 minutes, write a note to your MP, saying why you object. If you have a blog publish it on there too.

Remember the Government needs to change its mind by September 1st so this really is urgent.


Anonymous said...

Totally agree with you Frank, in addition the Income Tax payers shouldn't have to bail out NPTCBC and SW Police who lost £20,000,000 and £7,000,000 respectivly in the Icelandic Bank Fiasco last year, alegidly the Treasury is to provide a refund!

Aberavon and Neath Liberal Democrats said...

Since it was central government who told LAs and other public bodies to maximise returns on their funds, it is right that central government should help them out when this policy was shown to be imprudent.