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PM: Do you know what this job is like? It's like being under the knife without anaesthetic, 24/7.
PM: The people of the United Kingdom have poured 50 billion into your bank. Do you think that merits any kind of consideration of the public interest?
Sir Michael: In an ideal world I'd agree, but I'm afraid the bank has only one duty. To act in the shareholders' interests.
I was told today that the oil majors could buy and sell this country. Petrodollars are a powerful currency, there's no doubt. But we hold a stronger one in our democracy. We call it the vote.
“Well, I tell you what I think we should do.We should represent the people of this country. Not the lobby companies that wine and dine us or the banks and the big businesses that tell us how the world goes round, not the trade unions that try and call the shots, not the civil servants nor war-mongering generals...or the security chiefs. Not the press magnates and multimillionaire donors demanding dinner at Number 10. Not the whips, not the party line, nor the status quo. The people of this country, I put it to you, do not want another war. Of that I am sure.”
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