Sir Mervyn King criticised for role in Bob Diamond exit
Aug 17, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Guardian
The influence that Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King had in forcing out Bob Diamond as chief executive of Barclays illustrates the need for tougher oversight of the central bank, a powerful committee of MPs concludes in a report on the Libor -rigging scandal.
Sir Nigel Rudd a DERBY lad made good' perhaps he should become a vicar along with BOB the Diamond and Saint Marcus' jolly good fellows they should all have TWO nighthoods and the Order of the British Empire' YES! OH BLIGHTY now is the Hour for a deliverer of good tidings for my torched soul doth lay bare in the dark devils night' of goodness made plain by the non-wise' of vicars vestrals shinning bright' but underneath scortched crosses of integraty lost to the nation' oh Blighty forgive us please' who hath broughtus to our knees! Pray tell if you have right' who is honest in thy sight!
I thought that name (Mervyn King) rang a bell! Here he is scaremongering...
Makes you wonder how these people make it so high up!
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