Lloyds shareholders instruct Winckworth Sherwood to take action against the bank

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  • The Lloyds shareholders should stop their bleating. It was a choice they made Greed was the motivation for voting for the acquisition. They did not give a thought for the poor people who will lose their jobs as a result of the creation of this so called superbank.

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  • It wasn't shareholders who voted for the acquisition. We were about 90% or more against at the egm. It was the bloody fund managers who always, corruptly in my view, support outrageous behaviour and insane remuneration of directors. I'll be pointing that out tomorrow.

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  • Ha! Yet another bunch of suckers pursuing hopeless and doomed litigation.
    Have they not learnt their lessons from Railtrack, Northern Rock etc?
    A classic case of throwing good money after bad, though no doubt the lawyers will be quite happy to spend the shareholders' money until it runs out, at which stage they will regretfully conclude that the prospects of sucess are not sufficient to warrant further expenditure.

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