Sharon Bowles, former chair of the European Parliament's economic and monetary affairs committee (Econ), has fired a parting shot at critics who argue UK banks and other financial firms have been hamstrung by EU regulation, claiming instead that post-crisis reforms would have been tougher if the UK had been left to its own devices.
Giving evidence today before a subcommittee of the UK House of Lords, which has just launched an inquiry into European Union financial regulation, Bowles was asked wh
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