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BBC presenter should only be named after ‘full’ investigation, says justice secretary | Politics News

A Cabinet minister has suggested the BBC presenter who has been suspended for allegedly paying for sexually explicit images of a teenager should only be named once a “full” investigation has taken place.

Justice Secretary Alex Chalk agreed there was a “public interest” in the broadcaster being named but said it would not be appropriate to do so “immediately” or until a “full investigation” had taken place.

The BBC has been rocked by allegations that one of its presenters – reportedly a “household name” – paid a 17-year-old thousands of pounds for sexually explicit images.

The presenter, who has since been suspended, reportedly paid £35,000 for the photographs, which the mother has claimed was spent on funding the now 20-year-old’s drug habit.

The Sun reported that the presenter allegedly first requested images from the young person in 2020 when they were 17-years-old and has made a series of payments over the years.

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In a statement on Sunday, the BBC said the presenter had been suspended after it had received new allegations of a different nature in addition to their own enquiries.

It has also now been in touch with external authorities, the corporation said.

Mr Chalk described the allegations as “very serious and very concerning”.

Asked whether there was a public interest for the broadcaster to be named, Mr Chalk told Sky News’ Kay Burley: “This is quite a difficult, nuanced legal issue. I’m not going to criticise them at this stage because it will depend on all sorts of things.

“So, for example, if an allegation were made against you and it was of an extremely serious nature, then I don’t think it would necessarily be appropriate to name you immediately until there had been a full investigation.”

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“And that is why, if I may say so, it is really important that time is of the essence because there is a public interest in this, I accept that.

“But equally there is a public interest in ensuring that people aren’t defamed as well.”

He added: “So it is a matter of fact and degree. Not every single immediate allegation would need to lead to that person being unmasked, so to speak.

“But the process does need to continue so there is sufficient detail in that investigation to potentially justify that important step.

“Once the allegation is publicly made and that individual is unmasked, the consequences can be very serious, to say nothing of the potential legal knock-on implications.”

‘Presenter made panicked calls’

According to reports, the family first made a complaint to the BBC in May, asking the broadcaster to make the man “stop sending the cash”.

The BBC confirmed in a statement that it had “first became aware of a complaint in May” and that it “takes any allegations seriously” and has “robust internal processes in place to proactively deal with such allegations”.

However, despite the complaint being raised in May, the presenter was still on air a month later, leading the family to grow frustrated.

On Monday, fresh claims emerged in the Sun that the BBC star called the young person to ask “what have you done?”.

He then allegedly asked the person to speak to their mother and urge her to stop the investigation, the paper added.

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Mr Chalk said suggestions the BBC allowed the presenter to stay on air despite the allegations were “astonishing”.

“If that is right, then it is astonishing and you would have expected robust action to have been taken much more quickly.

“I don’t know precisely what was said, and that is why there needs to be a full discussion of this in the fullness of time.”

On the internal BBC investigation, Mr Chalk said: “I want them to get on with it.”

Why is the police involved?

The BBC is set to meet the Metropolitan Police today about the allegations.

The Sun reported that the first payments for sexually explicit photos were allegedly made when the teenager was 17.

While the legal age of consent in the UK is 16, it is a crime to make or possess indecent images of anyone under 18.

The Met said last night it “received initial contact” but “no formal referral or allegation has been made”.

“We will require additional information before determining what further action should follow,” the spokesperson said.

Full list of services affected as fire, police and ambulance ask public not to dial 999 | UK News

Emergency services across the country have asked people not to call 999 due to a technical problem.

The problems appear to be largely fixed – but here’s a list of who’s been affected and their latest published advice.

Which police forces have shared the alert?

• Metropolitan Police – now resolved
• South Wales Police – call 101 if 999 does not work
• Greater Manchester Police – call 999 and “please persevere” if connection takes a while
• West Midlands Police – call 101
• West Yorkshire Police – now resolved
• South Yorkshire Police – now resolved
• Kent Police – now resolved
• Derbyshire Police – now resolved
• Cumbria Police – now resolved
• Bedfordshire Police
• Essex Police – now resolved
• Northamptonshire Police – call 101
• Gwent Police – now resolved
• Devon and Cornwall Police – call 101
• Avon and Somerset Police – call 101 if 999 does not work
• Police Service Northern Ireland (PSNI) – call 101 if 999 does not work
• Thames Valley Police – now resolved
• Police Scotland – call 101 if 999 does not work
• Cleveland Police – now resolved
• Hampshire Police – now resolved
• Leicestershire Police – now resolved
• West Mercia Police – call 101
• Dyfed-Powys Police – call 101

Which fire and rescue services have shared the alert?

• South Wales Fire and Rescue – call 101 if 999 does not work
• North Wales Fire and Rescue – now resolved
• West Midlands Fire and Rescue – now resolved
• Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue
• Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue
• Scottish Fire and Rescue – call 01382 835804 (north); 0131 228 1367 (east); 01505 331661 (west)
• Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue
• South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue – call 0114 2727202 if 999 does not work
• London Fire Brigade – call 101 or 111 if 999 does not work
• Cleveland Fire Brigade – now resolved
• Lancashire Fire and Rescue – now resolved
• Hampshire & Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue – now resolved
• North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue – now resolved
• Kent Fire and Rescue – call 101 if 999 does not work
• Herts Fire and Rescue – now resolved
• Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue – call 01925713161 or 01925460821 if you can’t get through
• Cheshire Fire and Rescue – now resolved
• Cumbria Fire and Rescue – call 01925 713163 or 01925 460823
• West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue – now resolved
• Warwickshire Fire and Rescue – now resolved
• Norfolk Fire and Rescue – call 101 if 999 does not work
• East Sussex Fire and Rescue – call 01737 499006
• Surrey Fire and Rescue – call 01737 499050
• Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue – nor resolved but with reduced capacity
• Essex Fire and Rescue – call 01376 573403 if 999 does not work
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Which ambulance services have shared the alert?

• London Ambulance Service – call 111
• North West Ambulance Service – call 111 if 999 does not work
• West Midlands Ambulance Service
• East England Ambulance Service
• North East England Ambulance Service – now resolved

Holly Willoughby’s statement in full as she returns to This Morning for first time since Phillip Schofield’s exit | Ents & Arts News

Holly Willoughby has returned to This Morning for the first time since Phillip Schofield’s departure.

She began the show with the emotional statement delivered straight to camera, while holding hands with co-presenter Josie Gibson.

It comes after Schofield, 61, resigned from ITV last month over an affair with a younger colleague. He insists he “did not” groom the man.

Here is Willoughby’s statement from This Morning in full:

Hi there. Good morning. Josie, thank you for being here. Right, deep breath.

Firstly, are you OK? It feels very strange indeed sitting here without Phil.

And I imagine that you might have been feeling a lot like I have – shaken, troubled, let down, worried for the wellbeing of people on all sides of what’s been going on, and full of questions.

You, me and all of us at This Morning gave our love and support to someone who was not telling the truth, who acted in a way that they themselves felt that they had to resign from ITV, and step down from a career that they loved. That is a lot to process.

And it’s equally hard to see the toll that it’s taken on their own mental health. I think what unites us all now is a desire to heal for the health and wellbeing of everyone.

I hope that, as we start this new chapter and get back to a place of warmth and magic that this show holds for all of us, we can find strength in each other.

And, from my heart, can I just say thank you for all of your kind messages. And thank you for being here this morning.

Myself, Josie (Gibson), Dermot (O’Leary), Alison (Hammond), Craig (Doyle), and every single person that works on this show will continue to work hard every single day to bring you this show that we love.

Phillip Schofield and agent’s statements in full as former This Morning presenter leaves ITV after affair revealed | Ents & Arts News

Phillip Schofield admitted on Friday to having an affair with a younger man who worked on This Morning.

In response to Schofield’s statement to the Daily Mail, his agents at YMU Group said they had dropped the presenter.

Schofield said: “I am making this statement via the Daily Mail to whom I have already apologised personally for misleading, through my lawyer who I also misled, about a story which they wanted to write about me a few days ago.

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“The first thing I want to say is: I am deeply sorry for having lied to them, and to many others about a relationship that I had with someone working on This Morning.

“I did have a consensual on-off relationship with a younger male colleague at This Morning.

“Contrary to speculation, whilst I met the man when he was a teenager and was asked to help him to get into television, it was only after he started to work on the show that it became more than just a friendship. That relationship was unwise, but not illegal. It is now over.

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“When I chose to come out I did so entirely for my own wellbeing. Nobody ‘forced’ me out. Neither I nor anyone else, to my knowledge, has ever issued an injunction, super or otherwise, about my relationship with this colleague, he was never moved on or sacked by or because of me.

“In an effort to protect my ex-colleague I haven’t been truthful about the relationship. But my recent, unrelated, departure from This Morning fuelled speculation and raised questions which have been impacting him, so for his sake it is important for me to be honest now.

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“I am painfully conscious that I have lied to my employers at ITV, to my colleagues and friends, to my agents, to the media and therefore the public and most importantly of all to my family. I am so very, very sorry, as I am for having been unfaithful to my wife.

“I have therefore decided to step down from the British Soap Awards, my last public commitment, and am resigning from ITV with immediate effect expressing my immense gratitude to them for all the amazing opportunities that they have given me. I will reflect on my very bad judgement in both participating in the relationship and then lying about it.

“To protect his privacy, I am not naming this individual and my deepest wish is that both he and his family can now move on with their lives free from further intrusion, and that this statement will enable them to do so. I ask the media now to respect their privacy. They have done nothing wrong, and I ask that their privacy should be respected.”

Meanwhile, Schofield’s agent released the following statement: “Honesty and integrity are core values for YMU’s whole business, defining everything we do,” Mary Bekhait, the group CEO of YMU Group, said.

“Talent management is a relationship based entirely on trust.

“This week, we have learned important new information about our client Phillip Schofield. These facts contradicted what Phillip had previously told YMU, as well as the external advisors we had brought in to support him.

“As a result, on Thursday we agreed to part company with Phillip, with immediate effect.”

Rishi Sunak fails to place full confidence in Nadhim Zahawi over tax investigation | Politics News

Rishi Sunak has refused to place his full confidence behind Nadhim Zahawi as the Tory party chairman faces an investigation into whether he breached the ministerial code over an HMRC tax settlement.

The prime minister, speaking from Chequers during an awayday with his cabinet, said he believes “in due process” when asked if he has confidence in Mr Zahawi.

He said that is why he appointed an independent adviser to investigate what happened with the Tory party chairman’s tax affairs.

The PM is under increasing pressure to sack his party chairman over the ordeal.

But he again insisted he will wait for the results of an investigation to decide Mr Zahawi’s fate, despite HMRC’s boss saying there are “no penalties for innocent errors”.

Mr Zahawi is being investigated over whether he breached the ministerial code with the estimated £4.8m HMRC settlement he made while he was chancellor, but it could extend to his previous tax arrangement and whether he lied to the media.

The PM added: “When I appointed Nadhim Zahawi to his current job, no issues were raised with me.

“But because Nadhim Zahawi himself put a statement into the public domain and there was other reporting, there are questions to answer.

“And that’s why I asked the independent adviser to conduct an investigation to fully establish the facts and provide advice to me about Nadhim Zahawi’s compliance with the ministerial code.

“I believe we should have integrity in politics, and we should do that in a professional way where we have an independent person look at all the facts and provide advice.

“That’s the long-established process that we have and that’s the process that I’m following.”

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Nadhim Zahawi is being investigated

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Mr Zahawi has given HMRC approval to speak to the investigation, a source close to the Tory chairman said.

Earlier on Thursday, Jim Harra, head of HMRC, told MPs: “There are no penalties for innocent errors in your tax affairs.

“So if you take reasonable care, but nevertheless make a mistake, whilst you will be liable for the tax and for interest if it’s paid late, you would not be liable for a penalty.

“But if your error was as a result of carelessness, then legislation says that a penalty could apply in those circumstances.”

Reacting to Mr Harra’s comments, the PM said he did not want to “prejudge the outcome of the investigation” and will “await the findings”.

Queen’s lying in state enters first full day as rehearsals take place overnight for late monarch’s funeral | UK News

The Queen’s lying in state has entered its first full day, with mourners braving lengthy queues for the chance to file past the late monarch’s coffin.

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to walk through the ancient hall of Westminster Palace after the doors opened to the public at 5pm on Wednesday.

It will stay open for four full days until 6.30am on Monday – the day of her funeral.

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There are predictions the line could stretch for up to 10 miles with waits of up to 30 hours to get into Westminster Hall.

However, as of 5am on Thursday it was 2.1 miles long – stretching to Southwark Bridge.

Sky News reporter Olive Enokido-Lineham waited six hours to enter the palace, suggesting wait times are much shorter than initially feared.

Police officers, volunteers, and stewards are managing the queue, while toilets and water fountains are being provided at various points along the route.

People waiting in line are being given a coloured and numbered wristband to prevent any queue jumping, and to allow them to leave for short periods, such as to get food.

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Members of the public wait in line in central London, to view Queen Elizabeth II lying in state in Westminster Hall ahead of her funeral on Monday. Picture date: Wednesday September 14, 2022.

Rehearsals for funeral take place overnight as King takes day for reflection

Rehearsals have been taking place overnight for the Queen’s funeral.

Members of the military could be seen in Westminster carrying a stand-in coffin, ahead of Monday’s state funeral.

An early morning rehearsal for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in London, ahead of her funeral on Monday. Picture date: Thursday September 15, 2022.
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An early morning rehearsal for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth
An early morning rehearsal for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in London, ahead of her funeral on Monday. Picture date: Thursday September 15, 2022.

King Charles has returned to his Highgrove home in Gloucestershire. He will have a private day of reflection and is not expected to attend any public events.

In the detailed planning for the aftermath of the Queen’s death – known as Operation London Bridge – a day was set aside at this point for the new monarch to have some time away from public duties.

A rehearsal for the Queen's funeral procession
A rehearsal for the Queen's funeral procession
A rehearsal for the Queen's funeral procession

The period will allow the King to pause, but it is understood he will be working in preparation for his new role and will already be receiving his red boxes of state papers.

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Elsewhere, King’s Counsel will take part in wreath laying after the death of the Queen.

Senior barristers, now known as KCs instead of QCs after the proclamation of the King, have been invited to dress in robes and court mourning attire.

They will then gather outside the Old Bailey before walking to Gray’s Inn Chapel for the ceremony.

Meghan postpones celebratory event

Members of the royal family, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, the Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, walk as the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II, draped in the Royal Standard with the Imperial State Crown placed on top, arrives at Westminster Hall, London, where it will lie in state ahead of her funeral on Monday. Picture date: Wednesday September 14, 2022.
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Sophie, Countess of Wessex, the Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex

Meanwhile, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has postponed a celebratory event she was due to attend as a woman of honour, as well as the release of her podcast, out of respect for the Queen.

Meghan was selected alongside other high-profile women, including Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey and Malala, as part of US outlet Variety’s Power of Women event.

The honourees will feature on the cover of the publication’s Power of Women special edition, with an event taking place on Wednesday, 28 September.

“Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, was chosen as one of one of this year’s stellar honorees,” Variety said.

“The Duchess’ cover will be postponed to a later date, out of respect for the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

“Similarly, she will not attend the Power of Women event in Los Angeles later this month.”

Meghan’s podcast, Archetypes, will also not be released during the duration of the mourning period for the Queen.

The bearer party carries the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II into Westminster Hall, London, where it will lie in state ahead of her funeral on Monday. Picture date: Wednesday September 14, 2022.
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The bearer party carries the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II into Westminster Hall

Among her fellow honourees was US talk show host Oprah Winfrey, who conducted the explosive interview with Harry and Meghan in March 2021.

Speaking recently at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), Winfrey said she hoped the Queen’s death will allow the Royal Family to come together and provide “an opportunity for peacemaking”.

The royals were reunited as they joined a procession behind the Queen as she left Buckingham Palace for the final time on Wednesday.

King Charles, the Prince of Wales and Duke of Sussex accompanied the monarch on the journey to Westminster Hall for her lying in state. The Queen Consort, Princess of Wales, Countess of Wessex and Duchess of Sussex travelled by car.

Truss to face Starmer at the despatch box in PMQs and brief her cabinet on her first full day as prime minister | Politics News

New Prime Minister Liz Truss will go head-to-head with Sir Keir Starmer for the first time today as the pair cross swords in Prime Minister’s Questions at noon.

On Tuesday, in her first speech as prime minister, Ms Truss said the UK would “ride out the storm” caused by the war in Ukraine and promised a package of reforms to “transform Britain” including measures to boost growth and put the NHS on a “firm footing”.

She also pledged to tackle soaring energy bills as an immediate priority. She is expected to announce a plan to freeze bills later in the week.

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It has been reported that the freeze will be around £2,500 – more than £500 above the current price cap but £1,000 less than the limit due to be imposed in October.

Labour leader Sir Keir will likely probe Ms Truss on her prospective energy proposals at PMQs.

His party has called for the energy price cap to be frozen now, which would be paid for introducing a new windfall tax on oil and gas companies’ profits without a “major tax loophole” it claims the government’s current windfall tax has.

After giving her speech outside Number 10, Ms Truss then appointed her cabinet team who will gather for their first meeting this morning.

Supporters of leadership rival Rishi Sunak – including former justice secretary Dominic Raab, former transport secretary Grant Shapps and former health secretary Steve Barclay – were removed from their senior government positions.

Loyal allies of Ms Truss were rewarded for their long-term support, including friend Therese Coffey who was promoted from work and pensions secretary to health secretary and deputy prime minister.

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Big promises from the new PM

Elsewhere, former business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng was elevated to chancellor – and Sky News understands in the first few hours of the job he summoned the bosses of Britain’s biggest banks for talks today.

Posting on social media, Mr Kwarteng said being offered the position was “the honour of a lifetime”.

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Former attorney general Suella Braverman was appointed home secretary following Priti Patel’s departure, while James Cleverly was promoted to the position of foreign secretary which Ms Truss had previously held.

Mr Cleverly had worked as a minister in the foreign office for two years, acting effectively as Ms Truss’s deputy.

Former minister of state for Brexit opportunities and government efficiency Jacob Rees-Mogg was promoted to business secretary, while Former Northern Ireland secretary Brandon Lewis’s loyalty to Ms Truss saw him awarded the justice brief.

Former chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and policing minister Kit Malthouse was given the education beat, while former international trade secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan will deal with the autumn of planned railway strikes in her new role as transport secretary.

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The PM’s press secretary said Ms Truss had appointed a cabinet “which represents the depth and breadth of talent in the Conservative Party” and which will “unify the party, get our economy growing and deliver for the British people”.

More junior ministers are expected to be appointed today.

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Shortly after making her first address outside Downing Street, the new PM made her first call – as promised – to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

In a statement after they had spoken, Ms Truss said: “Ukraine can depend on the UK for support in the long term.”

Meanwhile, in a post on social media, President Zelenskyy said he thanked Ms Truss for the UK’s continued support for Ukraine and invited her to visit the country.

Ms Truss also spoke to US President Joe Biden.

President Biden offered his congratulations, saying he looked forward to “deepening the special relationship between our countries and working in close cooperation on global challenges, including continued support for Ukraine as it defends itself against Russian aggression”.

Ms Truss said she and Mr Biden discussed working together on shared challenges such as the economic impact of the war in Ukraine and promised to build on “UK-US links”.

Lloyds to close 66 branches this winter – full list of those shutting | Business News

Lloyds Banking Group has announced it will close 66 branches this winter.

Between October and January, 48 Lloyds Bank branches and 18 Halifax branches will shut – the latest in a broad trend of big banks quitting the high street.

It comes just two months after the lender announced plans to shut 28 branches between August and November.

Russell Galley, director of consumer relationships at Lloyds Banking Group said: “Our customers have more choice than ever in how they bank with us.

“As our customers do more online, visits to some branches have fallen by as much as 85% over the last five years.

“Alongside our digital, online and telephone services, we’ll continue to invest in our branches, but they need to be in the right places, where they’re well-used.”

Lloyds said there will be no compulsory or voluntary redundancies, with staff able to move to other branches or another part of the business.

According to trade union, Unite, more than 5,000 bank and building society branches have closed since 2015.

But Lloyds insists it has 19.1 million online customers and 15.6 million app users, showing the increasing popularity of digital banking.

It has also promised that all of the branches set to close have at least one free ATM within half a mile, and a Post Office within 1.1 miles.

Once all the announced closures are complete, there will be 646 Lloyds Bank, 510 Halifax and 165 Bank of Scotland branches remaining.

The branches due to close between October and January are:

Lloyds, Bromyard
Lloyds, Chigwell
Lloyds, Catterick Garrison
Lloyds, Malvern Link
Lloyds, Redruth
Lloyds, Lutterworth
Lloyds, Palmers Green
Lloyds, Cheadle
Lloyds, Lytham St Annes
Lloyds, New Ollerton
Lloyds, Paternoster Sq, London
Lloyds, Earls Court Rd, London

Lloyds, Leadenhall St, London
Lloyds, Axminster
Lloyds, Barton upon Humber
Lloyds, Belper
Lloyds, Intake, Sheffield
Lloyds, The Moor, Sheffield
Lloyds, Tilehurst, Reading
Lloyds, New Romney
Lloyds, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Lloyds, Weoley Castle, Birmingham
Lloyds, Billericay
Lloyds, Immingham

Lloyds, Tonbridge
Lloyds, Edgware Rd, Paddington, London
Lloyds, Notting Hill Gate, London
Lloyds, Sandbach
Lloyds, West Wickham
Lloyds, Darlaston
Lloyds, Purley
Lloyds, Aldridge
Lloyds, Rothbury
Lloyds, Wootton Bassett
Lloyds, Guisborough
Lloyds, Cheddar

Lloyds, Cinderford
Lloyds, Cleobury Mortimer
Lloyds, Holyhead
Lloyds, Wallingford
Lloyds, Bishop’s Waltham
Lloyds, Helston
Lloyds, Looe
Lloyds, Slaithwaite
Lloyds, Welshpool
Lloyds, Pwllheli
Lloyds, Caldicot
Lloyds, Llandrindod Wells

Halifax, High Holborn, London
Halifax, Hitchin
Halifax, Ripon
Halifax, Stowmarket
Halifax, Newry
Halifax, Whitchurch
Halifax, Dorking
Halifax, Mitcham
Halifax, Retford

Halifax, Tiverton
Halifax, Tottenham Ct Rd, London
Halifax, Windsor
Halifax, Stroud
Halifax, Ruislip
Halifax, Birmingham
Halifax, Rawtenstall
Halifax, Coleraine
Halifax, Warminster