The Banks Should Pay Back Their Bailouts

Why have the banks not been forced to pay bay back their bail-outs before paying themselves bonuses, as if the financial crisis had never happened?

In December 2009 the official cost of the bank bailout was declared to be £850 billion.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/163850bn-official-cost-of-the-bank-bailout-1833830.html

Meanwhile bankers’ bonuses have been predicted to run to billions in 2011

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-12131092

Royal Bank of Scotland predict £1bn in bonuses this year, and they paid out £1.3bn in bonuses last year, while Barclays paid £5bn-£6bn in total remuneration.
Even where bonuses have been cut, financial sector salaries have risen by up to 40%.

Why are we letting them get away with this? Why isn’t there a public outcry?