One section in particular resonated with me:
But all this anger at one man and his pension is neither right nor moral. Even if the moral pressure forces him top give away some of this wealth to a charity or a good cause, it wouldn't really change anything - once we had his redemption, we would look for another bogeyman, another avenue to vent our frustration at a crisis which many of us still can't get our head around. Sir Fred for the time being is an easy distraction from the real crisis of a downward spiralling economy.She goes on to suggest that we (people in general - every one of us) have a moral duty of care over the economy, which I think is true. Perhaps if we have kept that in the forefront of our minds, we would be in a less drastic position now?