Clydesdale Bank hunger striker has received ‘tremendous support’ from Glasgow

Clydesdale Bank window

A BUSINESSMAN staging a hunger strike against Clydesdale bank (CYBG) has had “tremendous support” from the people of Glasgow, from the homeless to local businessmen.

John Guidi, from Bothwell, pitched a tent outside the CYBG headquarters on St Vincent Place on Sunday and has not eaten since.

He is protesting against the banks handling of his business loan repayments which may result in the loss of his home.

Mr Guidi told The Evening Times he is “a desperate man, in a desperate place” and the strike is “starting to take its toll”.

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