About bloody time.
Royal Bank of Scotland has returned to profit for the first time in a decade as it continues its recovery.
Chief executive Ross McEwan told the BBC it was "a symbolic moment."
The bank, which is majority-owned by the taxpayer, made an annual profit of £752m compared with a £6.95bn loss the year before.
RBS still faces a potentially massive fine from the US Department of Justice over the sale of financial products linked to risky mortgages.
The bank had expected to settle the case this year.
Now I'm moving to his city