The Co-operative Bank has reported that losses nearly trebled in the first half of 2015 –and that it is likely not to make a profit until 2017.
When we look back in five years’ time, the ejection of the FCA’s CEO, Martin Wheatley, may have proven to be the catalyst for the capital advancement of British companies.
Terry Arthur ponders that, like most of government creations, it will be a monopoly, "in business largely to stop other businesses getting together to share economies of scale".
Does the government really care about "we the people?" Terry Arthur expands on the examples of the racket which is big government.