'Criminal trade' may be behind horsemeat scandal, says MP

First Reaction
Fri 8 Feb, AT 10:06

Mary Creagh claims criminal activity may be to blame for deepening food contamination crisis

'Big companies' named in gas price fixing investigation

One-Minute Read
Tue 13 Nov, AT 09:13

Allegations of market manipulation follow recent price rises for consumers

Why Tucker, not Adair Turner, is Bank of England favourite

Thu 1 Nov, AT 10:04
Richard Ehrman

Lord Turner has the talent and the brainpower. The worry is he might make the job too political

Fred Goodwin - RBS

RBS faces £4bn lawsuit as govt makes reprivatisation noises

First Post
Wed 17 Oct, AT 07:07

Officials keen to sell taxpayers' 82 per cent stake back to private sector before 2015 election

Consumers peruse the shops on Oxford Street

Economy leaps out of recession thanks to Olympics, says NIESR

First Post
Wed 10 Oct, AT 07:22

Meanwhile FSA relaxes capital rules to encourage British banks to increase lending and help growth


Aleppo blast: regime and rebels ratchet up the information war

First Post
Mon 10 Sep, AT 17:32

Free Syrian Army claim responsibility for bomb attack that targeted regime soldiers stationed in hospital

Will your Lloyds account be transferred to the Co-op?

Thu 19 Jul, AT 15:40

How Co-op's plan to buy 632 branches from the Lloyds banking group will affect customers

Bob Diamond

The Diamond Dodger was briefed to prevaricate says beaten MP

Thu 5 Jul, AT 07:35
The Mole

If the banker's non-answers were 'implausible', why is there so little hope of a judge-led inquiry?