Building societies and banks lend £2.4 billion less despite scheme designed to boost credit
Bank bailed out by taxpayers records hefty deficit but underlying performance is encouraging, says CEO
Is the RBS investment chief being 'sacrificed' to quell public anger over the bank's massive fines?
Controversy as bank prepares to pay out £250m despite 'year of shame'
CEO Stephen Hester thought to be safe as bank prepares for massive fine from regulators
Credit Conditions Survey shows positive trend - but one economist warns against over-reaction
US authorities begin extradition proceedings against two former UBS employees
Serious Fraud Office arrests bankers over conspiracy to rig Libor
With shares in the two banks still trading at a heavy discount, taxpayers may have lost their investment
Officials keen to sell taxpayers' 82 per cent stake back to private sector before 2015 election