'Actions and omissions' that led to crisis will be investigated by judges
Cuts in interest rates to zero per cent or less would be a further blow to savers already facing paltry returns, says Emma Dunkley
Relaxed but no revolutionary, Mark Carney keeps banking reform on the table
Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King today said it would be “depressing” if bankers choose to defer their bonuses until after the introduction of the new 45p income tax rate.
The Barclays executive at the centre of the Libor interest rate-fixing scandal last night said he had only passed on "instructions" from a conversation he had with his then boss Bob Diamond.
Barclays executive del Missier's evidence to MPs seems to contradict his embattled former boss
Politicians have been virtually "useless" so far at getting to the truth behind the banking scandal, one of the MPs responsible for investigating the affair has admitted.
Diamond faces recall to Parliament – but Select Committee member says inquiry isn't working
When George Osborne wrote his Budget speech, he will have imagined and pre-empted countless probing questions the Opposition would ask of his tax policies. But what of his pie-eating habits?
Ex-banker Fred Goodwin has had his knighthood removed, it was announced today.
Conservative MPs do not share George Osborne's optimism that the economy will pick up in the second half of this year, according to an exclusive survey for i.
Thousands of students are going to find themselves taking what I call an "accidental gap year"; namely they were set to go to university but there was no place for them this year.
Nearly three-quarters of people aged over 65 regularly use cheques, a new report from Age UK has found.
One of the country's biggest rail companies is to stop accepting cheques from the end of this week, years before the target date for phasing them out across the whole economy.
Bob Diamond, the banking chief who told MPs last month that it was time bankers stopped apologising for their role in the financial slump, is in line for a bonus of up to £9.5m.
Britain's two state-backed "zombie" banks yesterday rejected calls for a break-up of Britain's banking giants, telling the Treasury Select Committee that the sector was "enormously competitive".