On 11 December 2012, City of London police and SFO representatives led away a 33-year-old multimillionaire former derivatives trader

In early December 2012, the UK felt like a modern-day version of a Dickensian Christmas.

A cold snap had left buildings and fields covered in frost, enveloping a country already frozen by a financial slump. The UK’s economic growth was in retreat and its credit rating threatened, just as many in the City accused of causing the gloom appeared insulated.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS