Ten years after the collapse of Northern Rock, some investors are still fighting for compensation for their shares.
When the government took control of the struggling bank, customer's life-savings were guaranteed - but shareholders received nothing.
Jonny Blair examines the impact on the lives of former customers and workers:
The stories of three people who lost out when the run on the bank at Northern Rock started the company's collapse.
It's a decade since panicked customers queued to withdraw their savings from the Rock, the first run on a UK bank in more than a century.