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Michael Meacher: The scourge of our wealth divide

From Guardian Letters, Wednesday 2 May 2012 The annual Sunday Times Rich List yields four very important conclusions for the governance of Britain (Report, Weekend, 28 April). It shows that the richest 1,000 persons, just 0.003% of the adult popul… Continue reading

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Sir Mervyn King calls for bank culture change

Britain’s banks need a ???real change in culture??? following a series of scandals that have rocked the industry, Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King said today. Sir Mervyn’s comments came as Britain’s biggest lenders were embroiled in fresh … Continue reading

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Anger as business chiefs??? pay soars 10% – FT

The row over rising executive pay has been reignited by a survey showing the median total remuneration of FTSE 100 bosses increased 10 per cent last year to ?3.7m. The rise was five times the increase in average earnings across the economy, well a… Continue reading

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‘How Power Corrupts’ – forthcoming Ch4 Dispatches links Kroll with City of London police

Chris Plumley Channel 4 Dispatches new film How Power Corrupts. The film exposes institutional Police Corruption at City of London Police at senior level. The film questions why officers from the Counter Terrorism Directorate made misleading state… Continue reading

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