NIGEL Farage is in talks with Coutts about keeping his account open, it emerged last night.
Letters have been exchanged between the ex-Brexit Party chief and his former bank.
Nigel Farage is in talks with Coutts about keeping his account open, it emerged
Coutts, which is owned by NatWest, had been set to shut Mr Farage’s account — with documents showing they had concerns about his political views.
Last week both Dame Alison Rose, CEO of the NatWest Group, which owns Coutts, and Coutts boss Peter Flavel resigned over the “de-bank” scandal.
Yesterday, Mr Farage told The Telegraph he was “in conversation” with the elite, private bank.
Mr Farage said: “I am in conversation with Coutts.
“There has been an exchange of letters. Let’s see where the afternoon finishes up.”
Any u-turn by the bank would be a huge victory for the former leader, who has led the charge against politically motivated bank closures.
He says he’s heard from thousands of firms and individuals who have faced similar discrimination.
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