The Royal Bank of Scotland has confirmed pre-tax losses of £8.2 billion last year alongside £576m in bonuses in an announcement likely to reignite the row over pay.
RBS, which is 81% owned by the taxpayer, reported a £5.3 billion loss in 2012.
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