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  • The fact that the Bradford & Bingley is also looking to raise £300m through a rights issue despite denying that fact a weeks prior to the announcement is also completely unconnected to Steven Crawshaw's stepping down.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The fact that the Bradford & Bingley is the largest buy-to-let mortgage lender in the UK is entirely coincidental.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Mrs. Bingley is exactly herself - size, shaped face, features and sweetness; there never was a greater likeness.

    Jane Austen: Her Homes and Her Friends

  • "Come back!" called Bingley, "I vow he's all right; he's opened his eyes, Pepper."

    Five Little Peppers Grown Up

  • But he remains lovable and affectionate Bingley, which is key to the Caroline story.

    Risky Regencies

  • It went on to buy Alliance & Leicester and the retail branches of Bradford & Bingley at knock-down prices in the financial crisis.

    Europe Weighs on Santander

  • A member of J.C. Flowers' management team until the transactions were unearthed in late 2009, Mr. Sinha drove a number of the headline-grabbing transactions of the early part of the financial crisis, including attempts to buy Northern Rock, the U.K. lender that was later bailed out by the government, and building society Bradford & Bingley.

    FSA Fines Ex-J.C. Flowers U.K. CEO

  • With 750,000 customers, UK Asset Resolution, set up to run the nationalised mortgages of Bradford & Bingley and parts of Northern Rock, is the country's fifth largest mortgage lender.

    Bank chief warns of wave of home repossessions if rates rise

  • Richard Banks, chief executive of UK Asset Resolution, the body that runs the £80bn of Northern Rock and Bradford & Bingley mortgages that were bailed out by the taxpayer during the banking crisis, has warned that there will be a "tsunami" of repossessions.

    Repossession capital of England still trying to build its way out of trouble

  • Ernest Bingley, first person ever to cry while reading a poem aloud in English class, “Dulce et Decorum Est”.

    The Adults

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