Bank inquiry already looks like a failure

June 2014
Daily Mail;6/26/2014, p14
ON the night of September 29, 2008, the then government signed off on the bank guarantee. It was a decision that loaded the taxpayer with €440billion in potential liabilities and consigned at least one generation to a lifetime repaying the iniquities of bankers and bondholders. The banking inquiry promised that we would finally get to the truth. It is the least taxpayers deserve.


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