Explain why you sold Britain's gold, Gordon Brown told
The decision to sell the gold – taken by Mr Brown when he was Chancellor – is regarded as one of the Treasury's worst financial mistakes and has cost taxpayers almost £7 billion.
Mr Brown and the Treasury have repeatedly refused to disclose information about the gold sale amid allegations that warnings were ignored.
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Governments going bankrupt? Just an accident. Only an accident. A coincidence. Nothing special. Keep your eyes closed. Companies and banks aren't involved. Certainly they aren't!