Undercover reporter says he was told to ignore fraud fears and 'play the system'
George Osborne is expected to signal desire to begin reprivatisation of Lloyds and RBS by next general election
Figures show banks will have cut their headcount by 24% to a nine-year low of 606,000,
Bank is embarking on a systematic review of 'so-called tax havens'
Paul Tucker and former JPMorgan banker Bill Winters also early names to be linked to job
'We need to take steps as a sector towards rebuilding our reputation through how we behave and what we do'
Hope on the horizon as business group says 'flat' economy is finally moving towards growth
Supermarket's sales rise amid 'challenging' conditions as analysts praise CEO for 'keeping things simple'
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
'Schadenfreude' in some quarters after mutual withdraws from sale, blaming economic climate
Former oil executive says UK needs a banking revolution to get out of 'depression'
Stevenson, Crosby and Hornby 'led HBOS into the abyss' says Banking Standards Commission
Private sector catches up with City as 'pay premium' between them narrows
Building societies and banks lend £2.4 billion less despite scheme designed to boost credit
Bank wants to pay chief massive bonus despite year of scandals
Credit Conditions Survey shows positive trend - but one economist warns against over-reaction
With shares in the two banks still trading at a heavy discount, taxpayers may have lost their investment
New CEO set to replace most non-executives over next six to 12 months
Mistrust in disgraced banking giants is revealed by new survey