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Midshires members to get £1,250 average windfall

Long-standing Birmingham Midshires members will receive an average windfall of £1,250 according to the Halifax.


Birmingham Midshires chief executive Ian Kerr says that the aim of the scheme is produce a fair scheme which rewards member and customer loyalty.


The building society is distributing £750m amongst members.

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