Heard on the Street Writer, Wall Street Journal
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blogs.wsj.com — There was only ever going to be one winner in the Great British Bank Capital War. For the past year, the U.K. banking sector has had to contend with a destabilizing campaign of regulatory innuendo. During that time, Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn and his colleagues on the Financial Policy Committee bombarded the public with harum-scarum reports and speeches that claimed U.K.
blogs.wsj.com — One reason why the British public is skeptical about membership of the European Union is that the quality of debate is so risibly poor. British politicians feel under pressure from a euroskeptic public and media to present every E.U.-related story in the most negative light, casting even straightforward negotiations as great battles to defend British interests against the Brussels monster.
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