Five years ago - the collapse of Lehmans. It's memories of that - and of the ensuing crisis - the UK government hopes to banish with a brighter message of economic recovery. What better way than a 3.2 billion pound share bonanza in one of Britain's bailed out banks? The sale of a six per cent stake in Lloyds - a high street name that goes back nearly a quarter of a millennium - shows things are getting better. UK finance minister, George Osborne.
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