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Give us laws that the City will respect and fear

This article in TimesOnline was written by Sir Ken Madonald, QC, who was the Director of Public Prosecutions from 2003-08.

The law making process in the UK is historic. But it has been usurped by the power of money.

How can it be redressed, if at all? Does all future power lie in the protocols of internet communications?