The Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls said George Osborne's banking reforms, announced today, do not go far enough:
For all the rhetoric and the partial climbdown he has been forced into, George Osborne is still failing to deliver the radical banking reform we need.
He is refusing to legislate for a backstop power to allow for across the board separation of the banks, as Andrew Tyrie’s commission and Labour called for last year.
He has refused to repeat Labour’s tax on bank bonuses or implement our legislation on pay transparency. And he has failed to get the banks to lend to businesses with net lending to small firms falling month by month.
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