Sir Philip Green was accused by an MP of 'nicking money' - a claim he furiously denounced yesterday as totally unacceptable.
One of the shadows hanging over the City of London is whether it will lose its highly-prized business of clearing euro-denominated derivatives.
Mark Carney's soothing message will follow warnings that worse is to come later in the year when exit negotiations get under way.
LONDON British banks' closure of hundreds of branches in the last three years has more than halved lending to small businesses in the areas affected, research on Thursday showed, ahead of a debate in parliament about the impact of the cuts.
LONDON/BRUSSELS, June 29 (Reuters) - A government overhaul of the British Steel Pension Scheme - crucial to convincing anyone to buy Tata's British assets - is in jeopardy after Britons' vote to leave the European Union deepened the fund's debts and ...