Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has warned global banks he would be a "threat" to their business if he became prime minister, after a Morgan Stanley analyst note said he would represent "a bigger risk than Brexit" to the British economy.
Corbyn published a video on social media on Thursday evening following the note calling the financial sector "speculators and gamblers who crashed our economy", reported the Financial Times. In particular,...
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