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Clegg Says The Banks Are In Order: Here Are 7 Reasons Why They're Not

19/09/2013 14:10 BST | Updated 19/09/2013 14:19 BST
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EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - APRIL 26: Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg visits the Lady Haig Poppy Factory on April 26, 2010 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The General Election, to be held on May 6, 2010 is set to be one of the most closely fought political contests in recent times with all main party leaders embarking on a four week campaign to win the votes of the United Kingdom (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Nick Clegg had many messages to hammer home at the Liberal Democrat's Conference in Glasgow about what his party had achieved in coalition with the Tories.

The LibDem leader reeled off a list of achievements including free school meals for infant schoolchildren and stopping ID cards.

"Not to mention getting the banks in order!" he added, perhaps rather optimistically.

The Huffington Post UK presents seven issues Clegg is overlooking when he declares the banks are "in order".

Reasons Why The Banks Aren't Yet In Order