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UK banks 'weren't bust at all' in 2008

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With the banks returning to profitability, what should the government do with its shares?

Economists Kitty Ussher and professor Tim Congdon debate whether there is any argument for holding onto those stakes indefinitely and using their returns to fund public infrastructure profits.


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