DAVIES AMONG RUNNERS AND RIDERS IN RBS BRANCH RACE
The former chairman of Standard Chartered could
return to banking through the 316-branch division being sold by
Royal Bank of Scotland.
BANK REFORMS LOOPHOLE LEAVES TAXPAYERS EXPOSED TO BAILOUT
A loophole in the government's planned bank reforms risks
leaving the taxpayer on the hook for billions of pounds in the
next financial crisis, the governor of the Bank of England has
RYANAIR HOLDS BUDAPEST TO RANDOM
Ryanair will cut the number of routes it operates
from Budapest by a third next year, the budget airline said on
Thursday, as it seeks to wrestle favourable conditions from the
'QUICK BUCK' CITY MUST CHANGE WAYS, SAYS CABLE
Vince Cable wants regulators to define the duty of
investment managers to 'act in good faith', as part of the
government's bid to curb the City of London's 'quick buck'
NEW BBC CHIEF DRAWS PENSION ON TOP OF PAY
Tony Hall, the new director-general of the BBC, will be paid
532,000 pounds ($848,400) a year by the corporation.
BILLS RISE TO BOOST GREEN ENERGY
Energy firms will be allowed to triple the amount of money
they add to customers' bills to pay for renewable power, nuclear
and other environmental measures, under plans to be announced by
the government next week.
THE FULL SCALE OF MP'S LAVISH GLOBETROTTING REVEALED
Backbench British MPs have gone on more than 1.5 million
pounds of trips with all expenses paid by foreign governments,
pressure groups and companies in little over two years.
($1 = 0.6271 British pounds)
(Reporting by Stephen Mangan)
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