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Friday, August 10, 2012

Labour advisor slates his party's record

Today's Telegraph has an interesting story about Imran Ahmed, who has just been appointed as a special advisor to Labour Shadow Minister, Hilary Benn.

Mr. Ahmed is one of the harshest critics of the previous Labour government’s inability to regulate the banks properly. Writing in an article for Tribune he said:

“Labour’s failure to intervene during its 13 years in power was unforgiveable and a prime reason for their 2010 general election defeat. Under Labour, the Financial Services Authority was simply not fit for purpose.”

Is the first sign that Labour are starting to take responsibility for the economic mess they left for the current government to clear up?
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