John Walsh: It’s easier to point the finger than remember the lessons of the crash
The same politicians who lined up to condemn Seán FitzPatrick are keen to mirror the fiscal policies that brought the country to its knees in the Noughties, namely ramping up spending and narrowing the tax base
Matt Cooper: It looks like Boris Johnson’s one shot at power is nearly over
From the trail of sleaze from the Owen Paterson affair to ongoing controversy over his finances to Brexit chaos, it’s all going pear-shaped for the British prime minister
Out of Office: Remote working returns; familiar faces at Sean FitzPatrick’s funeral
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Matt Cooper on Sean FitzPatrick: The man who broke the bank and never said sorry
Sean FitzPatrick was somebody who made many mistakes – big ones – but they were rarely innocent ones. He was guilty of egregious wrongdoing during his career as a banker, even if he was never convicted in the criminal courts. We all paid the price for his misdeeds.