The looting of bank deposits, a whiff of regulation and self-hating Mail readers

Wilby, Peter
March 2013
New Statesman;3/22/2018, Vol. 142 Issue 5150, p9
The author offers his thoughts about various current events as of March 2013. He says the proposed tax on bank deposits related to the bailout of Cyprus would be a good plan if smaller deposits were exempted. He looks at the complex set of bodies that would be created under proposed British press regulations. He questions the results of a daily lottery run by the "Mail" British newspaper.


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