Posts Tagged ‘Fraud’

Labour after LIBOR

by David Osler.

If anyone out there is still making the intellectual case for further banking deregulation, they are keeping strangely quiet right now. And yet for the longest time, an automatic presumption in its favour constituted the prevailing orthodoxy among Conservative and New Labour politicians alike. Last week’s revelations about Barclay’s complicity in rigging the London Interbank […]

Banks inquiry – e-petition now over 10,000 strong

by Ann Pettifor.

Just after noon today the 10,000th person signed our e-petition [click here to sign] for an independent judicial inquiry into the banks’ misdeeds and ethics, and into the role of the British Banker Association.  Our heartfelt thanks to all who have supported this initiative, which has undoubtedly had an impact on the political scene. The […]

We need an independent inquiry into the fraud, wrongdoing & ethics of British banks

by Ann Pettifor.

Following the gentle fines on Barclays Bank for its sustained manipulation of LIBOR interest rates, I have submitted an e-petition to government for a judicial public inquiry, which is already up on the government website and ready for signing – click here to access it. I hope that readers and followers who share my view that a full-scale […]

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