Ed Balls, Labour's shadow chancellor, responds to the Independent Commission on Banking's report and urges for it to be the start for reform not the end point.
Banks say the Vickers report reforms will prevent them lending and force them overseas. Does it stand up to scrutiny?
Lord Oakeshott, former Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman, tells Sky News that banking reforms should not wait till 2019.
The British Bankers' Association point to progress made by UK banks in implementing reforms and caution against new reforms which have not been risk-evaluated.
George Osborne, chancellor, welcomes the Independent Commission on Banking report and indicated that the government plans to stick to it.
David Fleming, Unite national officer, accuses the government of kicking banking reform into the long-grass.
Peter Vicary–Smith, chief executive of 'Which?' comments on the Independent Commission on Banking's final report.
TUC general secretary Brendan Barber's speech to the 2011 Congress in London, in full:
David Cameron reaches out to Russia in a speech at Moscow State University:
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