...for Britain's bankers who persist in “business as usual” even though the country's economic woes for which they were partially reponsible are far from over. Bankers' bonuses cannot be justified and they set a poor example when employment is increasing and public services are being cut. Banks should not rely on the fact that they are “too big to fail”. That theory might be put to the test in any future crisis unless banks act more responsibly in present circumstances


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