NatWest Closure Fight Goes On
We heard this week from the campaigners in the Cotswold town of Woodstock (Prime Minister David Cameron's constituency) . The people of Woodstock are fighting the closure of their branch of NatWest Bank.
We received an email from the leader of the campaign, Chris Pomfret, who commented on a reply from Mr Cameron in answer to a detailed series of questions from campaigners.
Mr Pomfret said " David Cameron responded with a letter from Ross McEwan — RBS Chief Executive — yesterday. You can see the points I have asked Mr Cameron to go back and get clarified here] — click the link to see the letter
Mr Pomfret was clearly disappointed by the response but he told us that Woodstock intends to carry on with their action to save their local branch.
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