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The moment for reform
PIRC, 9 November 2011
My chapter in Stewardship and the Stakeholder Economy: Perspectives on the Role of Shareholder Engagement in the UK Economy, published by PIRC
Gambling with someone else's money?
Labour Conference fringe, 29 September 2010
Speech on bank reform to Labour conference fringe event.
Principles for a new Labour economic policy - part 3
Progress, 8 October 2010
Getting it right on banking must be part of Labour's new economic plans. Its actions of 2008 halted catastrophe, but the party must be more vigorous in securing real reform in the City while promoting the prosperity it can bring.
Churches speak out on executive pay
18 March 2010
A new report says we should look at the ratio between the highest and the lowest paid in a company.
It's time to answer the anger
Tribune 29 January 2010
President Obama's bank plan is a good one and Britain should follow suit.
Regulation of the banks is not enough
Guardian Comment is Free, 10th November 2009
Gordon Brown's G20 speech was bold – but we need to go further and separate risky banking activities from retail.
Progress Online, 21st October 2009
News about large bank bonuses is shocking and it demonstrates that the banking system still needs reform. A progressive party such as Labour should be up to the task.
Progress 1 October 2007
What can we say, after Labour Conference week, on the financial crisis that has engulfed Northern Rock? What we saw on Friday, September 14 was an old-fashioned run on a British bank.
St Paul's Institute survey published
The institute publishes its delayed report on City opinion.
The Bank Governor at the TUC
Whether or not 'we're all in this together', Mervyn King reminds us we are not all responsible.
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