TaxCorporate TaxDarling and Myners press for united front on bank tax

Darling and Myners press for united front on bank tax

Chancellor and Lord Myners to sit down with officials to ensure banks won't require rescue with taxpayer funds in the future

Alistair Darling and City Minister Lord Myners will call for representatives

of the G7 nations to subscribe to a common policy on bank taxes and regulation.

The Chancellor and Lord Myners will sit down with officials to ensure banks

will not need to be rescued with taxpayer funds in the future, the Daily
Mail reported.

Representatives of the International Monetary Fund, the Financial Services

Authority and the Bank of England will be at the meeting.

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