Government reveals fresh plans to sell down Lloyds stake

The UK government is to sell another tranche of shares in Lloyds Banking Group as it moves to return the bank to private ownership.

UK Financial Investments (UKFI), the unit of the Treasury which manages the government's stakes in bailed-out banks Lloyds and RBS, said today it will sell off a further part of its near-25% shareholding...

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