More than 52 million journeys have been made on the bicycles since they were launched in London in 2010
Another big loss, plans to float Williams & Glyn dropped, more criticism from analysts. Taxpayers are entitled to ask chief executive Ross McEwan when the improvements he keeps talking about are going to come
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley to miss Commons committee; Suzuki’s HQ is raided in emissions clampdown; Spanish police ask Santander for documents in HSBC tax probe
'Why are they collecting this information at all? Why is gender important?'
Paltry rates should be published as well as the attractive short-term headline offers
Our reader had written several times to close the account but had not received a response from the bank
The personal finance issues that are dominating the news this week
Police are investigating whether the object is linked to an attempted bank robbery
Help To Buy Isas were launched on Wednesday and offer a government bonus of 25 per cent of the amount you save
The new savings schemes are available from 1 December and savers can earn up to 4 per cent interest
The Isas will be launched on 1 December and aim "to help working people who want to buy their own home"
Spanish bank says it has no "current plans "to float its UK arm
City hopes of an early a sell-off of the taxpayer’s stake in Royal Bank of Scotland were dealt a massive blow today as its finance director, Nathan Bostock, was poached by rival Santander UK.
There has been a rise in people moving their savings since an easier transfer system was launched
The next chairman of Lloyds Banking Group, Lord Blackwell, is expected to launch a review of the business to ensure a speedy sale of the taxpayers’ remaining 33 per cent stake in the bank.
Lord Blackwell served as a Downing Street adviser under Thatcher in the 1980s