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Steve Schifferes Steve Schifferes is director of the financial journalism MA, and Marjorie Deane professor of financial journalism, at City University, London. Twitter: @saschiff Blog posts in total 2

  1. Has Libor changed the public debate about the financial crisis?

    Wednesday 11 July 2012, 11:03

    Is the Libor scandal going to be the Millie Dowler moment for the financial crisis? It has certainly been remarkable that up to now public anger at bankers – who are still blamed for the crisis – has lacked any real and enduring focus.

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  2. Covering the Budget - and meeting the audience's needs

    Friday 23 March 2012, 16:05

    The Budget is one of the most important - and often one of the trickiest - events in the political calendar. Both an economic and political story, it can be a challenge to see a clear way through the mass of data and announcements. 

    This Budget was particularly difficult to report because there was...

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