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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeLending giant Royal Bank of Scotland has confirmed it will formally change its name to NatWest Group on July 22 as it looks to shift away from the brand that was bailed out in the financial crisis.The move comes after new boss Alison Rose unveiled the name change in February as part of her new strategy soon after taking on the top job last autumn.It sees the group move away from a brand that was tarnished by its mammoth 45.5 billion state bailout in 2008.Bank branches will continue to trade as RBS and the name will still be heavily associated with the business.But investors and advisers will now know the listed entity as NatWest Group changing a name that has been in place since the bank foundation in 1727.Nationwide to bring back 90% mortgages for first time buyers but with new small printRBS said a further announcement will be made once it officially changes its name.At the time of revealing the name change earlier this year, chairman Howard Davies explained: “As the bank has evolved from the financial crisis and the bailout, we have focused on the NatWest brand.”We have exited a lot of the international business which were not profitable.”That was branded RBS and that gone.”It really makes no sense for us to continue to be called RBS. It was designed for a global group of brands, which we no longer are.”RBS which is still majority owned by the taxpayer more than a decade since the financial crisis became one of the biggest banks in the world through an aggressive acquisition trail.But this unravelled in the financial crisis when it was forced to turn to the Government for bailout cash to avoid collapse and it has since shed much of its international operations and once mighty investment banking arm. We’ve listed 10 top picks to keep you stylish throughout the sunny seasonBella Italia owner to reopen ‘majority’ of branches in August after axing 91 outletsBella ItaliaAll Cafe Rouge, Las Iguanas and Bella Italia restaurants have been closed since March after the chain went into administration however it’s now revealed many will reopen next month.
This Morning Eamonn Holmes gave credence to the wild conspiracy theory that 5G masts are spreading coronavirus despite scientists debunking it as totally fakeRead MoreRead MoreYouTube bans all conspiracy theory videos that falsely claim causes coronavirus Speaking to a guest who had video called from home, Eamonn sitting next to wife Ruth Langsford suggested there could be a link between the deadly COVID 19 virus and the telecommunications masts.”There a rumour that is circulating, it not true and it incredibly stupid,” said the guest.Eamonn then chipped in: “Totally agree with everything you saying, but what I don accept is mainstream media immediately slapping that down as not true when they don know it not true.”No one should attack or damage or do anything like that, but it very easy to say it is not true because it suits the state narrative, that all I would say as someone with an enquiring mind,” he added.Read More5G masts have been set on fire as the nonsense conspiracy theory spreads like wildfire on social mediaViewers at home were gobsmacked by Eamonn comments, with one tweeting him directly to say: “Oh dear, Eamonn Holmes has gone full David Icke. He talks about the media as if ITV isn part of it and thinks it OK to encourage delusional fkwits to believe there is a link between 5G and coronavirus. What a tt.”Eamonn replied: “I didn spread it.