Tom Hayes faces justice over eight charges after he was arrested by the Serious Fraud Office in December
Reports of 'phantom' payments on contactless cards raises questions over their security
Figures show banks will have cut their headcount by 24% to a nine-year low of 606,000,
Scandal apologises as editor-in-chief says 'the error is inexcusable'
Shamed former Barclays boss admits 'I didn't understand Libor' in first interview since he quit
Widower Joan Woolard applauded after telling execs: 'I don't understand how you sleep at night'
'We have not chosen an easy path for Barclays, but we have chosen the right one', chief executive says
Appropriately-named banker famed for private jets and racehorses is 'retired' at 49
Investment executives deny going behind client's back to mount rival bid for carbon-trading firm
Former Sun editor unveiled as new online columnist... and heaps praise on Murdoch
The veteran rockers return to the site of their legendary 1969 gig, but this time it isn't free
Two banking chiefs awarded a total of £39.5m in bonuses, with the news announced on Budget day
The price of gold has been set in London by five banks since 1919 – but can it be manipulated?
Building societies and banks lend £2.4 billion less despite scheme designed to boost credit
'Time for remorse is not over', incoming Bank boss says as he argues it's time to rebuild trust
Bank's new boss pledges 'fundamental change' as profits fall after a year of scandal
Bank wants to pay chief massive bonus despite year of scandals
CEO Stephen Hester thought to be safe as bank prepares for massive fine from regulators
US authorities begin extradition proceedings against two former UBS employees
Serious Fraud Office arrests bankers over conspiracy to rig Libor