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Friday 3 February 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Lloyds

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# Hospitalised
Kanye West sues insurers for $10 million over abruptly cancelled tour dates
The star filed a claim shortly after cutting short his tour and checking himself into a clinic.
# Dublin
Man armed with hammer robs pharmacy in Rathgar
The man made off with drugs and a sum of money.
# big business
Ireland's biggest pharmacy chain looks set to buy out McCauley's Chemists
McCauley’s are the largest independent pharmacy chain in the country.
# Courts
Woman tells courts she was left 'black and blue' after eviction
The family claims their mortgage payments spiralled from €423 to €939 a month.
# Lloyds
Ireland's largest pharmacy group investigated by HSE over 'irregularities' in fee claims
The allegations were raised by a whistleblower.
# online pharmacies
Would you buy medicines online? 45-55 year olds are all for it
An EU ‘kite-mark’ certification for online purchasing of medicines came into effect on July 1.
# Bailout
State-owned British banks ‘bailed out Irish ones by €16bn’ – report
The Sunday Telegraph says a quarter of the British taxpayer’s bailouts of RBS and Lloyds has gone to Ireland.
# Battersea
Treasury holding company for Battersea purchase set to be wound up
A creditors’ meeting has been called for January 14, looking to wind up the company which bought the iconic London plant.
# Battersea
NAMA and Lloyds to sell iconic Battersea Power Station site for £400m
Chelsea FC has been beaten as preferred bidder for the iconic property and 15-hectare site.
# NAMA
Boost for NAMA as Chelsea announce bid to take over Battersea Power Station
The power station is one-third held by NAMA – and Chelsea want to turn it into an iconic 60,000-seater stadium.
# lloyds bank
Lloyds Bank reports losses of £3.5bn for 2011
The banking group was forced to set aside £3.2 billion to cover compensation claims after mis-selling insurance products to customers in 2011.
# Lloyds
Lloyds Bank to strip bankers of £1m in bonuses
The bank is to strip several existing and former senior bankers of more than $1 million in bonuses over their roles in mis-selling payment protection insurance.
# Battersea
NAMA's expected Battersea sale could bring Chelsea move one step closer
Four subsidiaries of Real Estate Opportunities, which owns the iconic London power station, have been put into adminstration.
# Colour of Money
Abramovich 'in talks' to buy NAMA site for new Chelsea stadium
Roman Abramovich has been looking to increase the capacity of Stamford Bridge – but is now looking for alternative sites.
# Sick note
Did you hear about the banker who worked too hard?
The head of Lloyds Banking Group Plc has had to take leave of absence – reportedly because of stress and fatigue. (And it might be the fault of the Irish economy).
# Downgrade
UK and Portuguese banks downgraded by Moody’s
Twelve banks in the UK and nine in Portugal have been downgraded after Moody’s reassessed the financial institutions’ support environment.
# Lloyds
Irish losses impact on Lloyds bank as it posts massive losses
The losses are mainly as a result of the mis-selling of payment protection insurance in the UK but its exposure to the Irish property market hasn’t helped either
# HMV
Banks and UK taxpayer take stakes in HMV as part of rescue package
The British-owned entertainment chain secures a €250m lifeline to stay alive, but the deal comes at a cost.