Editor's comment

Martin Friel

The holiday season is over and the rumour mill has gone into overdrive. There's all sorts of tittle-tattle doing the rounds and Polly C, our resident gossip monger, has been inundated with juicy tidbits.

But the subject that keeps coming up is still the Conservative party's proposals to axe the Financial Services Authority (FSA) if and when it gets into power. If our roundtable panel (p22) is anything to go by, opinion over whether it is a good idea seems to be split. Some believe the FSA has no

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