We’re getting to that time of year when the media pickings start to thin out for the summer, and even the liveliest editor feels the siren call of that old fallback, the “list” article. Best holiday books? Mountain getaways? Beachwear? Manifesto policies?
OK, so I made that last one up. But if political policies could be so ranked, on a Miss or Mister Universe scale from highly unappetising to downright sexy, you can be pretty sure that the least alluring would be policies to improve corporate governance.
But it’s not like the issue doesn’t matter. Take the financial sector in the UK.