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The banking inquiry - just get on with it

We await the sentencing in the Anglo trial tomorrow, but in the meantime the outcome of what we heard during the course of its hearings leaves many of the old questions unanswered.

27th April, 2014

We await the sentencing in the Anglo trial tomorrow, but in the meantime the outcome of what we heard during the course of its hearings leaves many of the old questions unanswered. This was, of course, a criminal trial focused on particular legal points - and not something designed to illuminate us about the wider course of events. Still, the hapless performance of our regulatory structure and the high level of knowledge of the regulator...

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