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Should banks be forced to lend?

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The banks are failing to lend enough to the business and especially the small business sector, causing quietly growing panic about the potential consequences of this. John McFall MP, chair of Treasury Select Committee, discusses the options of naming and shaming - or nationalising banks - or government lending directly to businesses.

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