Incredibly, Gordon Brown, Alistair Darling and the rest of the Scottish Raj at Westminster are at it again:
During 2009 the Bank of England will no longer handle the Inland Revenue transactions. The bank accounts will in future be operated by the Royal Bank of Scotland and by Citibank. If you make electronic payments to the Inland Revenue, you will need to update your records to ensure that the payment goes to the correct bank account. Full details will be being issued in the near future.
Great business for the Royal Bank of Scotland, of course.
We know that Gordon Brown and Alistair Darling pledged to put Scotland first in all they did way back in 1989, but this is getting ridiculous.
Big hat-tip to the Cross of St George blog. Read it all here.
Just how much more are the sheep of England prepared to take?