These are my links for September 27th:
- Phillip Blond: This is what George Osborne should say | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk - Even the Tories use my ideas now
- S.E.C. Concedes Oversight Flaws Fueled Collapse - NYTimes.com - "The chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, a longtime proponent of deregulation, acknowledged on Friday that failures in a voluntary supervision program for Wall Street’s largest investment banks had contributed to the global financial crisis, and he abruptly shut the program down. "
Can we now agree that the words 'voluntary', 'self' and 'regulation' do not mix?
- CPI : blantant inconsistencies for Luxembourg : Ethics and governance in the European Financial centers - Evidence from Luxembourg that Transparency International's Corruption Perception Index is not relating the story as it is.
- BBC NEWS | The Reporters | Robert Peston - I'm not a Peston fan - but this one isn't bad
But what no one but me has tried to do is link the mortgage problem with the housing solution http://www.taxresearch.org.uk/Blog/2008/07/29/tackling-the-mortgage-crisis-a-real-alternative-is-possible/
- Letters: Another financial brick in the wall | Business | The Guardian - Ann Pettifor spells out the scale of the task