Frustrated by years of internal party disputes over membership of the European Union, former British prime minister David Cameron decided to settle the issue once and for all by holding a referendum in June 2016. History will record that it did not go as planned; instead of quelling the rebels, it handed them a victory and divided the nation.
Now, the Financial Stability Board – the financial regulatory arm of the G20 nations – is embarking on its own Cameron-esque gambit. In July, the FSB
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