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Issue No. 2288

‘Broken’

Citigroup chief executive Vikram Pandit on the global banking system

‘There’s a lot of money to be made from being disabled’

Rod Liddle in the Sun, who makes far more for his ranting columns

‘Ruthlessly exploiting the system is the stock-in-trade of many Irish travellers’

Paul Bracchi in the Daily Mail

‘We are not saying don’t travel home at 5pm. But those who can, go down the pub and travel at 6.30pm’

Transport for London commissioner Peter Hendy’s strategy for relieving Olympic congestion

‘Fight ’em off with tasers, water cannon and baseball bats’

A ‘joke’ about dealing with protesters in Horsham Tories’ local newsletter. They were later forced to apologise

‘The lynch mob vilification of Stephen Hester ... will only help dissuade potentially talented people from taking on this key task in the years ahead’

Mark Field, Tory MP for the City of London, defends the banker and his bonus

‘I’m an RBS investment banker, get me out of here!”

An anonymous banker despairs online


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Who Says?
Sat 4 Feb 2012, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 2288
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