Is there a future for ethical banking?

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I posted this on Twitter this morning:

The question is serious, and gets to the core of the Farage canpaign.

The object of Farage, Sunak, The Mail and others lining up to criticise NatWest is to drive ethics out of life. They want people to have the right to do whatever they want with impunity by forcing others to accept their actions without the right to impose sanctions on them.

But why shouldn't unethical conduct be capable of being sanctioned?

Discuss, as the classic exam questions always supposedly said.

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