Serendipitous observation of latent connection
Printing propaganda pretending we’re not printing money
Hogarth exhibition at Tate Britain and Jonathan Wild the Thief Taker General
Andrew Bailey is referred to in this FT piece as though he has some sort of track record preventing fraud. He doesn’t. For some reason, “comments have not been enabled for this article” Bailey was asked about lessons learned from the London Capital & Finance scandal. The scandal itself is barely mentioned in the article….
Andrew Bailey remains the favourite to take over at the Bank of England. Despite being complicit in billions of pounds of fraud at the Financial Conduct Authority. Dishonest journalists have given him an easy ride.