Today, September 9, it has been reported that the bank  Goldman Sachs has been fined £20 million by the FSA.

This money should be put to good use; some of it could be use to renovate my local library, Sydenham, for example.

Yesterday, the BBC Breakfast programme reported that many schools need heavy maintenance.

This money should be spent on such projects which will also stimulate local economies, instead of being "invested" in some bank at interest.

Why is this idea important?

It will return £20 million of money plundered by the banks to the people who most deserve and need it.

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