Tuesday, 4 May 2010

Anything can happen in UK election – and probably will

We hosted a fascinating debate this morning on the implications of a hung parliament for business and markets. British Banking Association Chief Executive Angela Knight, a former Conservative MP; Jefferies Chief Financial Economist David Owen; parliamentary expert Philip Cowley; and pollster Bobby Duffy of Ipsos MORI were the panellists and the debate covered everything from the possibility of Prime Minister Clegg (Knight’s verdict: “the sort of person you’d like your daughter to bring home to marry, but you really don’t want him running the country”) to fears over the double whammy on May 7 of an unclear result and no resolution over a Greece deal. Here


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