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Polly sees that the Financial Services Authority's (FSA) Hector Sants has decided to get all tough and macho in an attempt to show the country that the regulator is on top of things and that it is in fact, despite appearances, a very scary body to deal with. But Polly spotted a little slip that may inadvertently undermine what the FSA is trying to achieve. In his speech to Reuters, Mr Sants waxed lyrical about how non-executive directors needed to take more responsibility in their roles rather

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