FSA has published an undertaking from Barclays Bank PLC over the use of “normally” or “any other good reason” in savings bond terms. FSA felt a right to vary the terms for specified reasons and for “any other good reason” was not clear and unambiguous and did not specify a valid reason for varying. Similarly, it felt a clause saying changes would “normally” be caused by something introduced ambiguity and one that said the bank would “normally” give 30 days’ notice was inappropriate. The bank agreed to remove the relevant words from its terms.