If you spend most of your working hours in a plush corner office overlooking Parliament Square and have no need for a desk clock as you can simply look out the window at Big Ben, then it is likely that people listen to what you say. For the Right Honourable John McFall, the resident of this particular corner suite, it is fair to say that this is definitely the case.
McFall, a lawmaker with more than 20 years of parliamentary experience, has chaired Britain's Treasury Committee, the group behind
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