Politicians want FSA to publish report on U.K. banks

The U.K. Financial Services Authority is investigating troubles at Royal Bank of Scotland, Bradford & Bingley and other banks, but the watchdog intends to keep its findings confidential. Politicians are urging the FSA to make its conclusions public. "There is a public interest in finding out what happened. There is no justification for covering up major errors," said Vince Cable, Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman.

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