3 hrs ago
Jail for man after drunken behaviour
A CHARITY worker from Chipping Norton has appeared in court accused of a A 62,857 fraud against his employers.
7 hrs ago
'Reckless' bankers to risk prison in Britain
Bankers found guilty of "reckless misconduct" in Britain in the wake of the global financial crisis and Libor rate-rigging scandal could end up in prison and stripped of bonuses, under proposals unveiled on Wednesday and set to be enshrined in law.
11 hrs ago
Jail, bonus revocations loom large for UK banking bosses
British banking bosses may end up in prison if a new law to jail top executives for "reckless misconduct" is passed.
15 hrs ago
Analysis: French EU-wariness complicates life for Hollande
A feeling in France that the European Union no longer works in its interest is fueling tensions between Paris and Brussels and adding pressure on President Francois Hollande to be more assertive in Europe.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
King Eyes Parting Shot at Bankers as London Gears Up for Carney at the BOE
Bank of England Governor Mervyn King will return to the scene of some of his most acidic public encounters today for the annual occasion that helped define his relationship with Britain's banking industry.
ASBO bans "career" thief from Islington bars
A "career" thief has been banned from entering any pubs in Islington, Camden, Westminster and the City of London after being handed an ASBO.
Should views of the Gherkin be protected?
The architect of 30 St Mary Axe has called for new viewing corridors to guard his creation.
Former UBS, Citigroup Trader Hayes Charged in Libor Probe With Conspiracy
Tom Hayes, the former UBS AG and Citigroup Inc. derivatives trader, was charged as part of the U.K.'s investigation into manipulation of the London interbank offered rate.
Trader charged in manipulation of Libor rate
Britain's Serious Fraud Office has charged a former trader with conspiracy to defraud in the rigging of a benchmark interest rate.
Trader charged over 'fraud plot'
A City trader has been charged with offences of conspiracy to defraud in connection with the investigation by the Serious Fraud Office into the manipulation of the Libor interbank lending rate.
Today in the press
AER LINGUS SPEND 40m BLOCKING RYANAIR BIDS Aer Lingus has so far spent 40m as part of its efforts to fight off takeover bids by Ryanair, according to The Irish Times.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
A Mad World My Masters
With characters named Mr and Mrs Littledick, Mr Penitent Brothel and Sir Bounteous Peersucker there is no excuse for audiences to expect anything other than what they get from this production.
How tax havens stole your money
Simon Hooper has worked as a journalist covering international news, politics and sports for websites and publications including CNN, Al Jazeera, the New Statesman and Sports Illustrated.
500 years of tourism history from the East End to Epping Forest
As business owners, councillors and residents of Epping Forest welcome the drive for tourism, this year, the Guardian looks back at a time when the district was flooded by beer tents, traditional games and the working class from London's East End.
City of London Investment Group PLC Rating Reiterated by Canaccord Genuity
's stock had its "buy" rating reaffirmed by research analysts at Canaccord Genuity in a report released on Monday, Analyst Ratings Network reports.
City of London Investment Group reports fall in FuM
City of London Investment Group's shares dropped Monday after the company reported a fall in its funds under management .
Sun Jun 16, 2013
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Beyond NYC: Other places adapting to climate, too
From Bangkok to Miami, cities and coastal areas across the globe are already building or planning defenses to protect millions of people and key infrastructure from more powerful storm surges and other effects of global warming.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Give us back our public spaces so we can have access all areas | Will Hutton
Places such as London's Canary Wharf would be more vibrant if we weren't so restricted in what we can do there Canary Wharf is a daring development: more bankers now work in its offices than in the City of London.
The changing face of modern London and two buildings of completely different styles.
The essential etiquette guide to modern life | Rafael Behr
A worker might, in the execution of his or her duties, alight upon nefarious practices by an employer.