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The central bankers' bank cannot forget what the others never learned

The central bankers' bank cannot forget what the others never learned | UK Politics | Scoop.it
William Keegan: The Bank for International Settlements sounded the alarm before the credit crunch.
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UK Pound Struggles ahead of BOE — Forex News

UK Pound Struggles ahead of BOE — Forex News | UK Politics | Scoop.it
UK pound is struggling today, ahead of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee decision on rates. Concerns about the UK economy are on the rise, and expectations of lower rates and an expansion to the asset ...
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Former Daily Mirror Reporter Arrested in UK Bribery Probe - Wall Street Journal

Former Daily Mirror Reporter Arrested in UK Bribery Probe - Wall Street Journal | UK Politics | Scoop.it
BBC NewsFormer Daily Mirror Reporter Arrested in UK Bribery ProbeWall Street JournalThough Mr.
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birkdale focus: Why did Labour do so little about mutuals?

birkdale focus: Why did Labour do so little about mutuals? | UK Politics | Scoop.it
I was delighted to hear from my old friend and former Southport councillor David Tattersall. He has been following the postings on mutuals/employee ownership and has been reflecting on why Labour made so little progress ...
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David Blanchflower: Have the policymakers at the Bank of England gone completely nuts?

David Blanchflower: Have the policymakers at the Bank of England gone completely nuts? | UK Politics | Scoop.it
The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) last week published its latest forecasts for the British economy in its May Inflation Report.
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A Snippet from the Bank for International Settlements

A Snippet from the Bank for International Settlements | UK Politics | Scoop.it
Big banks continue to have an interest in driving up their leverage without enough regard for the consequences of failure: because of their systemic weight, they expect the public sector to cover t...
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Diamond Ducks in Parliament, Points to Other Banks - Wall Street Journal

Diamond Ducks in Parliament, Points to Other Banks - Wall Street Journal | UK Politics | Scoop.it
Wall Street JournalDiamond Ducks in Parliament, Points to Other BanksWall Street JournalFormer Barclays CEO Bob Diamond sought to cast doubt about the behavior of other banks as he dodged questions over how it was possible he wasn't aware of the attempted...
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UK Probe Unleashes Political Damages - Wall Street Journal

UK Probe Unleashes Political Damages - Wall Street Journal | UK Politics | Scoop.it
BloombergUK Probe Unleashes Political DamagesWall Street JournalBritain's latest banking scandal is creating collateral damage for many figures in the U.K.
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Housing benefit cut 'will see rise in homelessness' - The Independent

Housing benefit cut 'will see rise in homelessness' - The Independent | UK Politics | Scoop.it
Daily MailHousing benefit cut 'will see rise in homelessness'The IndependentThe plan is also under fire from the Liberal Democrats, who are warning they will block it if the Conservatives try to bring it in before the 2015 election.
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Jobs plans split coalition partners - FT.com

Jobs plans split coalition partners - FT.com | UK Politics | Scoop.it
Vince Cable, business secretary, has vowed to resist “bonkers” proposals to allow bosses to fire underperforming staff at will, as coalition tensions flared over a Number 10-inspired report on cutting jobs red tape.
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