Bad day for bailed-out bank as leading candidate for Stephen Hester's job rules himself out
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
Outgoing chief executive warns taxpayers it could be 10 years before £45bn stake is paid back
Staff morale is already low and bank could face a wave of defections after 'boardroom putsch'
British taxpayers could receive multi-million pound windfall following group’s stock market listing
No-one was better qualified to re-float the bank, say insiders, and decision to oust him is risky
Senior Bank official downplays recent positive data and warns UK is 'one or two years' behind America
George Osborne is expected to signal desire to begin reprivatisation of Lloyds and RBS by next general election
Money injected into RBS subsidiary Ulster Bank was not 'explicitly approved by parliament'
Mobile providers in 'stand-off' over deal, which could be worth hundreds of billions of dollars
Figures show banks will have cut their headcount by 24% to a nine-year low of 606,000,
Bostock believed to be leading internal candidate for top role at RBS
Hampton cannot rule out any further 'skeletons in the cupboard'
'We are lending as much as we can' but have 'deposits coming out our ears', says bank boss
Bailed-out bank chief says it has been 'cleaned up' but sell-off would result in 'eye-popping' £18bn loss
Chancellor plans to blame Labour government for 'bad deal' on bailed-out banks
Former oil executive says UK needs a banking revolution to get out of 'depression'
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Bank of England governor says it's time to break-up part-nationalised Royal Bank of Scotland