Say What!? Margaret Thatcher’s Legacy; Carl Icahn Disses the Idle Life

“Whatever faults they may have had, they changed the way the City works and not just in the equity business. London became more internationally competitive and from that change sprang London’s place as the centre of the world financial markets. Without them I doubt there would be a Canary Wharf, the hedge funds in the West End or the massive presence of American and European banks.”

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