By Stanley Reed
In a sign of how much U.S. investment banks are now part of the British Establishment, the London headquarters of Goldman Sachs (GS) is much sought after as a political venue. Prime Minister Tony Blair addressed a packed house of Goldman bankers and clients earlier this year. On Oct. 28, the firm extended the favor to Michael Howard, leader of the opposition Conservatives, who by all appearances has already launched his campaign for Prime Minister.
British elections have no set poll dates, bu