Rogue Traders – Shift//Delete

Intervention in public space, Manchester, 2010

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In December 2010, rogue traders hijacked christmas for millions.

Disgruntled investment bankers from the Royal Bank of Scotland – angered by the fact that they only got £280 billion of public money to bail out their mistakes, appear to have taken to the streets in a cocaine fuelled rampage and robbed Santa on the streets of Manchester.

These rogue traders appear to of been disgruntled about the controversy surrounding their £1.3 billion christmas bonus payouts – for what they must see as a thank you for achieving the biggest loss of money in British corporate history.