Downing Street admits information was censored on 'national security grounds', but denies complicity
Government urged to implement commission's radical proposals, but will they work?
'I don't detect that we are in the middle of a housing boom', Obsorne says
Chancellor wants an 'electrified' ring-fence but senior bankers warn it will hit lending
CEO Stephen Hester thought to be safe as bank prepares for massive fine from regulators
But the Canadian needed some serious courting by George Osborne to take on the challenge
Bank's governance deemed 'defective' following the publication of performance reviews
If the banker's non-answers were 'implausible', why is there so little hope of a judge-led inquiry?
Former bank chief has to be reminded by Andrea Leadsom why he resigned from Barclays
Former Barclays boss once told MPs that he should lose his shares if the bank ever failed