A group of MPs on Monday wrote to the financial watchdog and the board of Lloyds Banking Group accusing the bank of “victim blaming” and “unfairness” in its redress scheme for victims… Read More
A group of British lawmakers on Monday wrote to the financial watchdog and the board of Lloyds Banking Group accusing the bank of “victim blaming” and “unfairness” in its redress scheme for… Read More
The doctors and families of patients in a permanent vegetative state will no longer need legal permission to end their treatment, London’s Supreme Court ruled on Monday.
A group of lawmakers on Monday wrote to the financial watchdog and the board of Lloyds Banking Group , listing their concerns about the lender’s compensation scheme for victims of a major… Read More
Britain has warned the European Union negotiators that EU financial firms will face obstacles to working in the country after Brexit unless the City of London is allowed to operate in the… Read More
Delays to the planned sale of Toshiba’s NuGen nuclear project in Britain have prompted a review of the roles of 60 direct employees, who are mainly based in Manchester, raising further doubts… Read More
Britain’s housing market is perking up and consumer confidence has neared a two-year high, according to figures on Monday that probably keep the Bank of England on track to raise interest rates… Read More
Britain will set out ‘sensible precautions’ in a series of notes looking at how to prepare for a possible exit from the European Union without a formal divorce deal, Prime Minister Theresa… Read More
In a slip of the tongue during his maiden trip to China as Britain’s new foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt on Monday told his Chinese counterpart that his wife was Japanese, but backtracked… Read More
Two-thirds of Britons now think the government will end up with a bad deal when Britain leaves the European Union early next year, and half want the chance to vote on what… Read More
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