``Shredded: Inside RBS, The Bank That Broke Britain, by the financial journalist Ian Fraser, concludes that the governments led by Gordon Brown and David Cameron have "let the people of Britain down" by failing to reform RBS after it received its mammoth bailout under the stewardship of former chief executive Fred "The Shred" Goodwin. "The result has been that, at the time of writing, RBS is probably a worse bank than it was under Fred Goodwin," Fraser said. "If the right moves are now made, RBS could become a great bank again. If they're not, I doubt it will even exist in 10 years' time.''

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