Britain's Cameron says to veto any plan to increase RBS pay pot
LONDON Jan 15 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday he would veto any proposal to increase the overall pay and bonus bill at the largely state-owned Royal Bank of Scotland.
"If there are any proposals to increase the overall pay, that is pay and bonus bill at RBS, at the investment bank ... we will veto it," Cameron told Britain's parliament.
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