Campaigners urge chancellor to seek best value for the taxpayer following August sell-off
Some experts believe taxpayers may be short-changed – bringing back memories of Royal Mail sell-off
Technical glitch has affected 600,000 transactions across RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank
NatWest and RBS customers with Apple iPhones can now use fingerprints to access bank accounts
Reviewed: the inside story of what went wrong at RBS, the Federal Reserve and the Eurozone
Angry Channel 4 economics editor is 'sick' of banks behaving badly and calls for tougher regulation
Cameron promises he 'won't be here forever' but warns that leaving the UK will be a 'painful divorce'
The latest in a long line of 'unacceptable' failings could have cost borrowers their homes, says regulator
RBS tries to sidestep government rules by paying Ross McEwan an extra £1m 'allowance'
Chief executive admits decision is 'highly emotional one' but insists the bank needs to pay 'fairly'
Osborne wants RBS to keep its best people – but risks claims that Tories 'stand up for the wrong people'
Government pressed to use its 81% stake in RBS to block bonuses of up to twice the size of salaries
European Commission fines banks that formed illegal cartels to rig benchmark interest rates
Angry shoppers 'embarrassed' at checkouts and petrol stations, but RBS can't explain shut-down
RBS stands accused of sending small businesses to the wall so it can grab their assets
Royal Bank of Scotland announces plan to put riskiest assets in an internal ring-fenced 'bad bank'
With new brooms in place, and the CPP mis-selling racket exposed, the mood is shifting
Big five return to profitability but KPMG warns growth won't match pre-2008 levels
Ross McEwan hailed as 'outstanding leader' but faces tough challenges despite bank's improved figures