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29 September 2010 By Neil Collins

Retired leaders should be liable for corruption or war crimes. But Iceland’s decision to charge its former premier with negligence during the banking crisis sets a poor precedent for any civilised state. It looks vindictive, and will deter future politicians from seeking office.

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