Prosecuting bankers: Blind justice | The Economist

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This article in the Economist is well worth a read. Check it out!

via Prosecuting bankers: Blind justice | The Economist.

The article looks at why so few bankers have gone to jail for their part in the financial crisis. Despite the millions of people unemployed in the World, either directly or indirectly because of the financial meltdown, it seems that Governments, especially in the US and the UK have been soft on the bankers.

In the UK, should we be challenging David Cameron’s Government for going soft on the bankers? Is cronyism at work here?

What do you think?

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