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Treasury Select Committee

Treasury Select Committee Response To The Bradbury Pound

by | Tuesday, 4th June 2013
Following a recent approach by Justin Walker regarding the reinstatement of the Bradbury Pound, the Treasury Select Committee have issued the following response.

I appreciate you taking the time to raise your ideas for reintroducing the Bradbury Pound. However the committee has a full programme at present. We are currently conducting inquiries into Quantitative Easing and Macroprudential Tools, among other matters. As such, the Treasury Committee has no plans to look into this subject in the forseeable future. 

In other words, the Treasury Select Committee wishes to spend all its time looking into the policies which are making the problems worse, rather than looking into positive policies which would change the face of the economy, namely the reinstatement of the Bradbury Pound, and in order to prevent the Bradbury being used to bail out the banks, Glass Steagall.

Letter from the Treasury Select Committee

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