Hoban says Government must have more say on EU

York, Nicola
December 2009
Money Marketing;12/3/2009, p3
The article reports that Mark Hoban, the financial secretary of Conservative Shadow Treasury, has criticized the government for not giving enough effort to influence European Union (EU) financial regulation in Great Britain. During his speech at a Cicero and Conservative Intelligence briefing, Hoban states that the government must act earlier to make itself heard on European issues. The issues include the appointment of France's Michael Barnier as international market commissioner.


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