The UK's banks have been told to find an additional �13.4bn of capital this year on top of the balance sheet-strengthening measures they had already been planning.
LONDON�U.K. consumer spending is picking-up despite weak wage rises, as a revival in the housing market makes Britons feel richer.
The boss of Currys and PC World owner Dixons Retail today declared the retailer was moving from �survivor to winner� as a boom in tablet sales sent UK profits flying.
By Alistair Smout. LONDON | Thu Jun 20, 2013 12:05pm BST. LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top shares slid to five-month lows on Thursday, led by miners after the U.S.
Britain would be acting immorally if it did not make GM crop technologies available to poor countries, Owen Paterson told international crop scientists in a major speech that was dismissed by his opponents as "agribusiness propaganda" but was welcomed by ...