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MPs demand bail-out for charities

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Charities in the UK that lost millions of pounds when the Icelandic banking system collapsed should get a bail-out, according to a committee of MPs.

But local authorities that suffered the same fate should not be compensated, the Treasury Select Committee said.

Deposits held by British citizens living outside the UK with savings in these banks' offshore arms should also not be covered.

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TSC Report back on KSFIOM

Posted 31/03/2009 - 18:55 by Dave1

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Looks like TSC will report back on KSFIOM this weekend:

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Dear Mr ........

Letter to TSC members

Posted 02/03/2009 - 21:33 by Anonymous

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This letter has been sent to the members of the TSC and to Jack Straw and Gordon Brown.

Dear ....

Global Solution to the Banking Crisis as it now affects the Isle of Man

3.5.6 of the IOM's affidavit to the TSC

Posted 04/02/2009 - 16:37 by SgKZ

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3.5.6. of the affidavit says,

All authorised institutions are required to provide details of the various

Treasury Select Committee meeting 3-Feb-2009 audio (mp3)

This audio content is copyright 2009 UK Parliament
Approx. 2 hours duration. mp3.

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Conservative Graham Brady, Liberal Democrat John Thurso and the committee's chair, Labour's John McFall, gave their reaction to the Chancellor's comments to TSC

Posted 09/11/2008 - 14:28 by Elpasout

2008-11-09 (All day)

Conservative Graham Brady, Liberal Democrat John Thurso and the committee's chair, Labour's John McFall, gave their reaction to the Chancellor's comments.

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Comments on the BBC from Treasury Select Committee members after 3/11 meeting

2008-11-07 (All day)

Conservative Graham Brady, Liberal Democrat John Thurso and the committee's chair, Labour's John McFall, gave their reaction to the Chancellor's comments. Even Labour's McFall was surprised by Darling's tax haven comment and they all understand, thanks to our efforts, that we are ordinary hard working savers, not tax evaders. A further investigation by the TSC is promised. Short but encouraging.

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Kaupthing depositors await UK committee findings

2008-11-03 (All day)

DEPOSITORS seeking the return of millions of pounds of their money from collapsed Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander (Isle of Man) are hoping for answers when the UK Treasury Select Committee meets (Monday).

And there will be further questions about the Kaupthing affairs in the House of Keys this week.

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