Simon Read has been talking with two fairly distressed people this week
The bank is launching a £3-a-month rewards current account on 12 October that will pay 3 per cent on household bills. Meanwhile, Graham & Brown is offering 20 per cent off all its wallpaper
NatWest, owned by Royal Bank of Scotland, said it granted 233 mortgages of more than £1 million in 2014, and so far this year has issued another 207
NatWest customers complained on Twitter that they were unable to withdraw cash
Embarrassing failure left customers unable to use credit and debit cards for three hours
Technical failure left customers unable to use credit and debit cards for three hours while the banks’ websites and smartphone apps were also affected
George Osborne’s £12bn scheme to help first-time buyers could backfire by creating a housing bubble and distorting the economic recovery, MPs warned the Chancellor last night.
The 23-year-old had been widely linked with a move to Old Trafford after his contract with his local side expired last week
Australia's Pakistan-born leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed is more likely to worry about his apparently questionable table-tennis skills than David Campese's suggestion that he should "go home".
Ireland 269-7 England 274-4 (England win by six wickets)
Former Test captain suggested fans should ask for a refund
England take on Ireland and Australia
Royal Bank of Scotland customers faced frustration today after the bank suffered another IT failure.
The BBC and Jimmy Savile's estate are being sued on behalf of 31 alleged sex abuse victims.
Man settles beside a river, that source of life, commerce. He creates built structures, for shelter, and then, as they grow and cluster about him, for slightly different reasons: pomp, power, prestige. London was and is such a place. Here we see her in the near present, in all her messy, creeping sprawl, smudgy, looming, enormous, mighty. Majestic even. This city is everything that man, cumulatively, has wanted her to be. Here is both all her vital and upward-thrusting nowness, together with all the untidy remnants of everything that she once was or has laid claim to be. A mighty, awe-inspiringly ramshackle palimpsest then.
'Euro 2012' emerged as Britain's most searched term this year, beating 'Olympics tickets' and 'Whitney Houston' into second and third place respectively