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Philip Booth
13 September 2011
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  The recent - apparently highly-acclaimed - ICB report smacks of an elegantly worked-out solution to problems that other bodies are addressing much more effectively. The ICB is right...
Mark Littlewood
12 September 2011
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How on earth, most people wish to know, did we get to the precipice of full scale economic collapse in 2008? Aren’t banking and financial services one of the few things Britain is supposed to...
Andrew Lilico
11 April 2011
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The fundamental problem in the banking sector is that bank creditors are not exposed to risk of loss. Who are the bank creditors? There are two key sorts: bondholders and depositors. So any useful...