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Minister attacks BBC and Ofsted secrecy over use of surveillance
"Eric Pickles says it is unacceptable for publicly funded bodies including Royal Mail to try to hide use of snooping powers."
Will we see City bankers behind bars?
"Barclays staff behind interest rate-fixing scandal may face fraud charges as Parliament holds inquiry."
City suits laugh at the law while hoodies get their collars felt
"Outlook: The regulators simply aren't feared. They are looked upon as 'stupid'."
Barclays shamed by £290m fine for market fixing
"Bob Diamond to forgo bonus after finding of interest rate conspiracy."
Ownership is the key to the corruption of the media
"Murdoch's grip on British politics was the product of corporate control of the press. Ending it is a democratic necessity."
DPP [Barbados]: Stop hiding white collar crime
"“In the corporate world, the biggest problem is the lack of reporting by victims” - DPP Charles Leacock"
Steve Richards: Everything has changed, but most politicians don't realise it
"There is a deep divide with the past. The common theme is that concentrations of power – in banking, the media, the police or politics – must be held to account."
Margaret Drabble: Now we have the chance to purge ourselves of insidious shame
"The Murdoch press has infected our public discourse. Rival newspapers have been forced to compete in lurid headlines, fake scandals and celebrity gossip."
DWP 'did not do enough to stop fraud among welfare-to-work companies'
"National Audit Office finds Department for Work and Pensions knew risk of fraud but did not introduce checks."
The evils of unregulated capitalism: Stiglitz
"Remedy for the US economy: end the wars, rein in military and drug costs, and raise taxes - at least on the very rich."
Deleveraging and the economic recovery
From despair to where? Citizens Advice Bureaux face turning poor away as cuts bite
"The organisation can no longer cope with surging demand from millions battling debt, losing jobs and facing homelessness."
How Apple Sidesteps Billions in Taxes
Google under fire for using tax loopholes to save $3bn
"Google, the internet giant which makes profits at a rate of $1m every hour, is shielding billions of dollars from tax."
Google's Tax Avoidance: So Much for "Don't Be Evil"
"The strategy, known as "income shifting," moves Google's profits through Ireland and the Netherlands to Bermuda."
Feral Capitalism Hits the Streets
David Harvey on the London riots
London riots: does this guy nail it?
Articulate street analysis of why the riots happened.
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