Three out of five judges agree stress-test discount is a 'capital disqualification event'
Leaked documents reveal Financial Conduct Authority is to impose a two-year cut-off for complaints
Judge rejects bank's argument that advice ahead of ill-fated takeover of Hbos is privileged
Cameron promises he 'won't be here forever' but warns that leaving the UK will be a 'painful divorce'
Unexpectedly high demand for TSB shares has led Lloyds to sell a larger stake in the new bank
Lloyds, Barclays, MBNA and Capital One accused of ignoring fees and charges in PPI compensation
New system allows bank customers to send and receive payments using just a mobile phone number
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UK government's sale raises £3.2bn as uptake in bank's shares shows City has 'come back to life'
After failed bid from Co-op, Lloyds turns to 'Plan B' and reopens TSB as a separate bank
Big five return to profitability but KPMG warns growth won't match pre-2008 levels
Sale of government stake could give Antonio Horta-Osorio a bigger windfall than expected
Ross McEwan hailed as 'outstanding leader' but faces tough challenges despite bank's improved figures
Chancellor expected to start disposing of government's shares after bailed-out bank bounces back
Hopes for a jump in growth for second quarter as five surveys provide positive outlook
Big banks would be able to withstand another financial crisis and profits are set to rise
The chancellor also announced that the UK is 'out of intensive care' in his Mansion House speech last night
Chancellor will announce 'transition phase' in his Mansion House speech on Wednesday
Bank to raise capital by turning bonds into shares, but critics say mutual status is under threat
Former chief executive asked to return his title in April after savaging from banking standards commission