One thing we can be certain of is that the financiers etc. who caused so much trouble and loss in the past will not be pursued by whoever is in power no matter the scale and nature of what the courts should decide are crimes or not.
It is not impossible and if the Icelanders can do it why is it so difficult for our government? Or is it that we have so few lawyers who are able to understand and deal with the legal issues compared with Iceland?
In rowans-blog.blogspot.co.uk he has had a lot to say recently on the subject notably on Wednesday 29 April, "J'accuse the mafia banking sector of wholesale criminality" about who should be up before the beak.
At least in this sector Scotland is far from sidelined, indeed almost the leaders of the pack.
His comment the day before on HSBC is interesting as well.
Business as usual?