Friday, September 24, 2010
An apologist for the spivs and gamblers writes
Enough time has passed since the height of the financial crisis, two years ago, for most people to calm down. They have had plenty of opportunity to hear and debate the very many and complex arguments surrounding the future structure of banking in the UK. Those will be gone into again in formal detail, avoiding the danger of knee-jerk reactions beloved of those who assume Britain can do without its world-leading position in financial services.