Crisis demands a common voice: UK's McFall

John McFall, the chairman of Britain's Treasury Committee, tells why the financial crisis means central bankers will have to change the way they speak.

In all his public appearances, never has seen Mervyn King as terrified as during his hearing before the Treasury Committee, an influential group of British parliamentarians, in December 2007.

Widely panned for his part in the Northern Rock debacle and as yet uncertain as to whether he would win a second t

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