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Artist or CreatorPeter Schrank
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Published byThe Independent on Sunday
Date08 Jul 2012
FormatDigital
Embedded text or transcriptYou were always too close to the bankers!
It was you! You were in their pockets all along!
Person DepictedOsborne; George (1971-)
Balls; Ed
NotesNews: "The row between Labour and the Conservatives over the interest rate-fixing scandal escalated yesterday as it emerged that a cabinet ally of George Osborne argued that a lowering of the Libor rate during the 2008 banking crisis was "where we need to get to". ... In a further blow to the Chancellor's main line of attack against Labour, a note written for the Treasury on bank borrowing costs by UBS bankers, entitled "Reducing Libor, improving lending conditions", was published showing proposals that there should be legitimate changes to government policy in order to reduce Libor. ...." Independent on Sunday
SubjectsChancellor of the Exchequer
bankers
banks
Shadow Chancellor
Labour Party
scandal
pockets
Conservative Party
Copyright contact detailspeter.schrank@zen.co.uk
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