U.K. Should Say Good Riddance to HSBC

If Europe's biggest bank wants to sulk over levies, it should leave.

Calling its bluff.

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There’s a saying used to call the bluff of someone who threatens to flounce out of the room during an argument: “Don’t let the door hit your backside on the way out.” That sums up how the U.K. should react to HSBC’s threat to move its headquarters to a different country. 

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