11/03/2011 Taming the Banks | Intervening in Libya | The Royal Family

The City of London and the Governor of the Bank of England battle it out over reforming the banks. Was Mervyn King right to take a swipe at the banking industry?

To intervene in Libya or not to, that is the question for David Cameron's coalition. Or does the legacy of Iraq coupled with defence cuts settle the question?

And how Britain's trade envoy stole the headlines from the Queen.

All that in Politics UK presented by Edward Stourton.

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Sat 12 Mar 2011 04:32 GMT

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