Friday, April 8, 2016

Pressure ramps for Royal Commission into bad banking behaviour

Pressure is continuing to ramp up for a Royal Commission into unethical banking behaviour.

The Opposition Leader Bill Shorten wants the government to consider the option while some Coalition and Labor backbenchers think it's the only way of getting to the truth.

Liberal MP Warren Entsch says Australians have lost faith in the integrity of the banking system, accusing banks of "bastardry and blackmail".

Mr Entsch's comments follow similar calls from Nationals senator John Williams and Labor senator Sam Dastyari.

Listen to my report from The World Today broadcast on the ABC.

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