Fresh on the heels of Bob Diamond's stunning string of performances at the Libor Club see the Barclay twins, proprietors of the London Daily Telegraph - the voice of the establishment - as a pair of dancing condoms from the island of Sark
They are puttin' on the Ritz, At the Ritz!
Set in a British-administered tax haven on one of the lesser moons of Gallifrey, Gentlemen don't pay taxes, Gentlemen do wear ties is a comedy of manners, a light introduction to modern business mores
"We're not takin' the piss!
We're not bein' SARK-y"
Ian Duncan-Smith, British minister for transferring public pension funds to crony corporations, and post-Soviet billionaire Rinat Akhmetov confer over the modest dinghy of the well-known(and much loved) unemployed football fan Roman Abramovich
It may be a louche establishment, but get down to the Libor Club to see Bob Diamond sing. While it lasts. His music says it all. Bonuses, rate rigging, billions in civil claims. Shattering highs and bone-crushing lows