They must return "honesty and fairness" to the financial industries and not put greed and short-term gratification before long-term benefit, he will warn.
Right, so we shouldn´t put short term falls in output ahead of the long term health of the public financies?
We shouldn´t borrow our children´s inheritances to deal with a hiccup in the growth of the capitalist economy?
We shouldn´t be holding the taxpayer ransom to pay for the Labour Party´s payroll vote in the public sector?
Or is this honesty and fairness something to be urged upon others but not to be done by the urger?