The Press Association: Darling condemns 'kamikaze' bankers: "He said: 'We need to learn lessons from the financial crisis in which banks behaved in a kamikaze manner and the regulatory system failed."
Who will "learn lessons from the financial crisis"? The regulators? Unlikely, the FSA has been around since 1985, just take a look at the financial services landscape to find out how much has been "learned".
The bankers were never harmed so they were not behaving in a kamikaze manner were they?
Yes the regulatory system failed, what can you do about it when it is bust, not fit for purpose?