Should high street banks be broken up?
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has told the BBC the UK banking sector must be reformed so taxpayers are never again liable for its mistakes. But would reform ensure proper competition and choice for consumers?
Mr Clegg said he was "attracted" to the idea of splitting up banks into separate retail and investment businesses.
His comments come the day after Sir John Vickers, the head of the coalition government's review of banking, called for wide-ranging reform.
What do you think about Mr Clegg's proposals? Do we need more competition in the banking sector?
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