Tories say Darling's 'white flag' is sign of surrender

York, Nicola
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/16/2009, p24
The article reports on the reaction of the British Conservative Party to the banking reform implemented by Chancellor Alistair Darling in Great Britain. It mentions the action of the Conservative Party against the White Paper on British government's banking reform. Shadow Chancellor George Osborne has commented on the action of the government in response to the financial challenge. Chancellor Vince Cable cites his statements on the said banking reform.


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