Cameron talks tough on bankers

David Cameron, the leader of the opposition Conservative Party in Britain, has talked tough on going after "irresponsible" City bankers.

Speaking on Monday, Cameron said: "We all know there was poor decision-making and some reckless activity in the City of London. But we do not know if there was wrongdoing and the nature of any wrongdoing, because we haven't examined the issue thoroughly the way the Americans are doing."

He added that there was a lack of will in Britain "at the highest level"

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