On 14 September 2007, the UK witnessed its first 'bank-run' in 150 years after Northern Rock announced it had received support from the Bank of England due to a lack of liquidity.
Many will remember the queues in the street as customers attempted to retrieve deposits, while the bank's shares plunged 32% on 14 September 2007. Ten years on, Investment Week takes a look at the impact...
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