Fat cats in terror after anti-capitalists attack Fred the Shred's home
Security will be stepped up around fat-cat bankers after the home of disgraced former RBS boss Sir Fred Goodwin was targeted by vandals.
A statement claiming to be from the group responsible for damage at his £3million mansion warned of further attacks, saying: 'This is just the beginning.'
The threat sparked fears of a terror campaign against those blamed for the collapse in the financial system.
Brown spooked by the markets: PM accused of heading down 'the road to hell'
In London: Investors won't buy our bonds
In Europe: PM accused of heading down 'the road to hell'
Gordon Brown is in retreat on his Budget plans amid signs of City alarm over the soaring level of Government borrowing.
He pulled back from another debt-fuelled giveaway to kickstart the economy after Tuesday's intervention from the Governor of the Bank of England.
Downing Street insisted there was no rift between Mr Brown and Mervyn King over his bombshell claim that Britain cannot afford another 'fiscal stimulus'.
But the Governor appeared to have spooked the markets when it emerged that a routine sale of Government bonds fell short yesterday.