I'm going out on a bit of a limb here, but here goes.
I was walking past the RBS building on Bishopsgate after leaving the Deutsche Bank press event. (they plan on becoming the number one payments clearer for mobile money providers - but more on that on FinextraLive later.)
A handful of hardy souls 'Youth Votes for Jobs' (I am sorry if I got it wrong) were standing outside in the cold yelling 'What do we want? - JOBS! When do we want it? - NOW!'
I'm not sure if they thought the head of HR at RBS would come running out with contracts right there and then, but I am guessing they thought their case would be better made with the glowing RBS sign in the background.
Like Lehman Bros and AIG in the US, RBS has become the de facto symbol of the recession in the UK. But really, enough already!
Fred the Shred is no longer in the building. The bank is being split up and being sold for scrap. Give the poor bank a break already - at least for a week.
Youth Votes for Jobs, if you don't fancy a trip out to Canary Wharf (and we all know protests are bannned outside the hallls of Westminster) - at least find Goldman Sachs' address, they are in the phone book.