Bursting London's bonus bubble

City of London bankers are still being paid extravagant bonuses - but the clamour for action is growing, writes Ben Griffiths in London.

8th January, 2012

Barely have the Christmas decorations come down in Britain and the issue of bankers' bonuses is once again a hot topic for debate in City dealing rooms, Westminster's corridors of power and dining rooms across the land.

Prime minister David Cameron waded into the row last Friday, promising a new crackdown on fat cat salaries and accusing the City of failing to do enough to tackle excessively high payouts. His threat comes as millions of...

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