This humanization of leadership will lead to perhaps the most interesting element of evolution - namely, the exposure of individual values. It is here, at the core of the individual psyche, that if deserved, trust can be reforged and legitimacy rebuilt.
It's been a dreadful month for HSBC, which has seen its reputation in tatters and its bosses dragged in front of the Commons Treasury Select Committee to answer MPs' questions about what it admitted were 'unacceptable' practices at its Swiss private bank.
Actor Greg Wise has vowed to stop paying tax until those involved in the HSBC scandal are jailed. Wise, who is married to
I will not accept a world where the wealthy are allowed to collude with their cashiers to squirrel away billions to gather dust in vaults in Geneva, when that money could have paid for insulin to save my friend.
HSBC chief executive Stuart Gulliver has admitted the banking giant "disappointed" last year after its annual profits slumped
The Telegraph has declared war on the Guardian. In recent days the Guardian and other media outlets have criticised the newspaper
Unkind reader comments appear to have been swiftly removed by the Telegraph this morning, after it published a short Reuters
HSBC is being investigated by Swiss prosecutors Peter Oborne quit the Daily Telegraph in sensational style last night, accusing
George Osborne has been forced to defend the coalition's record on clamping down on tax dodgers amid controversy over its
It is a scandal on top of a scandal, which more than bringing our democracy into disrepute exposes it as a sham, with the conflict of interest that lies at its heart a festering sore that has gone untreated for far too long. We have in Britain a government of the rich, by the rich, and for the rich, the consequences of which are tangible.