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    1. June 16, 2015

      Freedom of information is Mission Impossible for Downing St emails

      Emails sent from computers in Downing Street are automatically deleted within three months under a system that makes it...

    2. March 31, 2015

      Investors should raise questions but not revolt over Pru pay

      It’s all down to the need to attract and retain the top talent. That line is often used by FTSE 100 companies...

    1. March 31, 2015

      Prudential chief Tidjane Thiam gets 36% pay rise to £11.8m

      Tidjane Thiam, the outgoing Prudential chief executive, received a 36 per cent pay rise in 2014, taking his earnings to...

    2. January 30, 2014

      The evidence for climate change is increasingly challenged

      From Lord Turnbull. Sir, A year ago I wrote to the FT (Letters, January 31, 2013) challenging an article by Edward Luce...

    3. May 3, 2013

      Association of British Insurers queries Prudential pay plans

      The Association of British Insurers is preparing to issue an “amber top” alert to investors over plans to shake up...

    4. March 29, 2013

      Pru set to defy pay cut calls for chief

      Tidjane Thiam is set to be paid close to £7m as Prudential presses ahead with plans to grant its chief executive a full...

    5. February 4, 2013

      Osborne bows to ‘nuclear option’ calls

      George Osborne’s decision to leave a suspended death sentence hanging over Britain’s biggest banks might have upset the...

    6. October 30, 2012

      Inquiry into collapse of HBOS to begin

      Parliament’s commission on banking standards has opened an inquiry into the 2008 collapse of HBOS and plans for the...

    7. June 1, 2012

      New Man from the Pru must heed investors

      After a long career in fund management, Paul Manduca no doubt understands why institutional eyebrows twitched this week...

    8. June 8, 2011

      Mauled mandarin must stand back

      Rarely is a top mandarin monstered on the Daily Mail’s front page. It happened this week to Jeremy Heywood, permanent...

    9. Westminster Blog

      October 28, 2010

      Lord Turnbull: UK was not on brink of bankruptcy

      An interesting exchange at Treasury select committee this morning, where Lord Turnbull – former head of the civil...

    10. Westminster Blog

      October 25, 2010

      The case for fewer ministers - by Tory backbencher

      Charles Walker, a Tory MP, is hoping to table an amendment today to the Alternative Vote bill which would limit the...

    11. October 2, 2010

      Reigning debt

      Former Bank of England deputy governor Andrew Large was in good form at the one-year anniversary drinks party for...

    12. September 29, 2010

      Lord Turnbull’s surprising climate overhaul call

      From Prof David Fisk Sir, As chief scientist at the Department for the Environment when Lord Turnbull was its permanent...

    13. July 3, 2010

      Political power posse in the Pink

      FT Summer Party sizzle: (from left) ITV chairman Archie Norman, PM David Cameron, Pearson boss Dame Marjorie Scardino...

    14. May 12, 2010

      Cabinet Office to be vital in forging of trust

      The role of the Cabinet Office will be critical in the newly-formed coalition government in helping to maintain trust...

    15. May 11, 2010

      Cabinet Office will play ‘crucial’ role

      The role of the Cabinet Office will be critical in a coalition or partnership government in helping to maintain trust...

    16. Westminster Blog

      May 10, 2010

      Election 2010 live blog: Gordon Brown statement

      5.55pm: After only an hour, I’m signing off this live blog now to let Jim and Alex take over with their own separate...

    17. May 10, 2010

      Turnbull defends PM for staying on

      Gordon Brown is entirely within his rights to stay on as prime minister and criticism that he is "squatting" in Downing...

    18. May 9, 2010

      Turnbull defends PM for staying on

      Tory team: William Hague, shadow foreign secretary, leaves Sunday’s talks flanked by Oliver Letwin (left) and George...

    19. February 20, 2010

      Mandelson takes aim at monetarists

      Lord Mandelson yesterday turned his guns on monetarist economists who "helped get us into this pickle", as Labour...

    20. February 19, 2010

      Mandelson takes aim at monetarists

      Lord Mandelson on Friday turned his guns on monetarist economists who “helped get us into this pickle”, as Labour...

    21. February 3, 2010

      No sermonising

      Proof that Clare Short is right to say "sofa government has become the norm under Labour" came this week in the House...

    22. January 15, 2010

      Wisdom late in its flowering

      From Mr Edward C. Robinson. Sir, Andrew Turnbull’s article “Six steps to salvage the Treasury in straitened times”...

    23. FT Alphaville

      January 11, 2010

      Pink picks

      Comment, analysis and other offerings from Monday’s FT, Robert Barbera and Charles Weise: A jobs-rich US recovery? Only...

    24. January 11, 2010

      Balls warns cabinet against betrayal

      Ed Balls, the schools secretary, today tells his senior party colleagues to show "self-respect" and stop hostile...

    25. January 11, 2010

      Ministers warned against Labour betrayal

      Ed Balls, the schools secretary, on Monday tells his senior party colleagues to show “self-respect” and stop hostile...

    26. November 21, 2009

      Weekend People

      Black holes over black swans Chatter at the Financial Times economists' drinks party midweek centred around the black...

    27. November 13, 2009

      British Land hires

      British Land chairman Chris Gibson-Smith has added to his board by hiring Richard Pym , Bradford & Bingley chairman,...

    28. October 16, 2009

      Tory choice of Dannatt 'error of judgment'

      David Cameron was yesterday accused by a former head of the civil service of making a "major error of judgment" in his...

    29. October 15, 2009

      Tories attacked over choice of Dannatt

      David Cameron was on Thursday accused by a former head of the civil service of making a “major error of judgment” in...

    30. September 17, 2009

      Cabinet despairs of prime minister who 'never learns'

      For three months Gordon Brown refused to admit that Labour was planning spending cuts. Yesterday it emerged that he...

    31. September 16, 2009

      Cabinet despair at premier who ‘never learns’

      For three months Gordon Brown refused to admit that Labour was planning spending cuts. On Wednesday it emerged that he...

    32. August 26, 2009

      Downing Street's bloody battles

      The arid days of August are being enlivened by a broadside from senior mandarins against presidential prime ministers...

    33. August 25, 2009

      Downing Street’s bloody battles

      The arid days of August are being enlivened by a broadside from senior mandarins against presidential prime ministers...

    34. June 27, 2009

      Summer partying in the pink

      It was hard to tell whether it was purely a joke as Lord Mandelson exchanged a quip about the sale of a steel plant,...

    35. FT Alphaville

      June 3, 2009

      Pink picks

      Comment, analysis and other offerings from Wednesday’s FT, Martin Wolf: Rising government bond rates prove policy works...

    36. June 3, 2009

      Ex-civil service chief attacks reform bill as a 'ragbag'

      Gordon Brown's bill for constitutional reform amounts to a "ragbag of disparate issues" and must be bolstered by...

    37. April 18, 2009

      Back to the 70s

      The crisis of trust was at the heart of the Future of Capitalism debate at the London Stock Exchange among Shell chief...

    38. March 24, 2009

      Arise Sir Tom, or is it Sir John?

      A key player in the bail-out of banks, Tom Scholar 's move up to the number two job at the Treasury from head of the...

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