UK’s ‘Summer of Resistance’ and is Goldman Sachs controlling British interest rates? [E97]

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on a law that could have prevented the financial crash that has put millions on the poverty line. Liam Halligan, Telegraph columnist and editor of Business New Europe says that governments are still pandering to bankers, and that Bank of England Governor Mark Carney 'doesn’t have it in him' to properly regulate them. Plus, as UK activist groups continue to protest against the coalition’s program of cuts, will this summer’s ‘wave of resistance’ force the government to change course? Also, we look at why Abu Dhabi is worried about Tony Blair wanting to open an office there, and whether the Murdoch-owned Times pushing for war with Iran.

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