After failed bid from Co-op, Lloyds turns to 'Plan B' and reopens TSB as a separate bank
Sale of government stake could give Antonio Horta-Osorio a bigger windfall than expected
Chancellor expected to start disposing of government's shares after bailed-out bank bounces back
Undercover reporter says he was told to ignore fraud fears and 'play the system'
Bank is embarking on a systematic review of 'so-called tax havens'
'We need to take steps as a sector towards rebuilding our reputation through how we behave and what we do'
Chancellor plans to blame Labour government for 'bad deal' on bailed-out banks
Taxpayer-backed lender making 'substantial progress' but experts warn they still face major challenges
Private sector catches up with City as 'pay premium' between them narrows
Bank wants to pay chief massive bonus despite year of scandals
Co-op says deal, which marks a breakthrough for the mutual, will help banking sector win back trust
Antonió Horta-Osório will return to Lloyds after a two-month medical leave of absence
Portuguese CEO thought to be suffering from fatigue caused by overwork