Since the financial crisis, apart from a few tokenistic traders, the UK authorities have been absolutely toothless when it comes to prosecuting bankers who have broken the law.
But is this just incompetence, or is our regulatory system designed in a way that means that victims fall through the gaps, while banks are permitted to operate above the law?
Coming up this week: We are joined by former Met Detective, Andy Keats, and researcher and campaigner Joel Benjamin, to discuss why the UK has been so poor at reigning in white-collar crime.
Tune into Renegade Inc. on RTUK, on Monday the 4th of December at 7.30am, 1.30pm, and 6.30pm, or stay glued to the website for upcoming episodes.
Host Ross Ashcroft talks with the anthropologist David Graeber about Batsh*t Construction, a trend that has gripped the world.
Unless we start calling the housing crisis by its real name: extreme land monopoly - we’ll end up with ever more loony solutions for what should be a basic human right.