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    1. May 1, 2014

      Serco shares fall 5% after rights issue announcement

      Shares in Serco, the outsourcing company that runs prisons and air traffic control towers, fell 5 per cent in morning...

    2. March 18, 2014

      Carney warns risks building in financial system

      Mark Carney unveiled a radical shake-up of the Bank of England on Tuesday, introducing sweeping changes to senior management...

    1. December 10, 2012

      Labour announces infrastructure review

      Labour will announce on Monday its panel of advisers to carry out a review of Britain’s long-term infrastructure needs on...

    2. Money Supply

      June 18, 2012

      Sants on how to split the governor's role

      Outgoing Financial Services Authority chief executive Hector Sants said last week that he thinks that the Bank of England...

    3. June 13, 2012

      Sants warns over BoE governor’s powers

      Hector Sants, the departing chief executive of the Financial Services Authority, has joined a growing list of senior...

    4. December 3, 2010

      BAA lands itself a sure-fire director

      Rachel Lomax, BAA director Former Bank of England deputy governor Rachel Lomax adds another feather to her cap as she joins...

    5. November 2, 2010

      Doubts cast on four-year cuts plan

      The coalition will find it extremely difficult to keep to its four-year programme of public spending cuts, two top former...

    6. Economists' Forum

      February 19, 2010

      Debate: Should the UK slash public spending now?

      In Friday’s FT, more than 60 leading economists back the decision of Alistair Darling, UK finance minister, to delay...

    7. February 19, 2010

      Support for Labour in battle over debt

      More than 60 leading economists have backed Alistair Darling's decision to delay spending cuts until 2011, creating a...

    8. February 18, 2010

      Economists reject calls for budget cuts

      More than 60 leading economists have backed Alistair Darling’s decision to delay spending cuts until 2011, creating a...

    9. February 5, 2010

      Whitehall told to save 'windfalls'

      If government borrowing comes in lower than expected this year, the money should be saved rather than ploughed into extra...

    10. February 4, 2010

      Whitehall told to save ‘windfalls’

      If government borrowing comes in lower than expected this year, the money should be saved rather than ploughed into extra...

    11. Westminster Blog

      February 4, 2009

      New chair of the climate change committee

      A fascinating appearance by the ever-polished Lord Turner at a select committee this morning. He was discussing climate...

    12. November 22, 2008

      HSBC beefs up

      HSBC yesterday beefed up its board with the appointment of a past Bank of England deputy governor and a former president of...

    13. October 22, 2008

      Lost discs and lost leaders at HMRC

      It's not often people in Whitehall are likened to a Premiership football team. Yet that is how top management at Revenue &...

    14. October 21, 2008

      Lost discs and lost leaders at HMRC

      It’s not often people in Whitehall are likened to a Premiership football team. Yet that is how top management at Revenue &...

    15. August 26, 2008

      Gloom will drag on, says Bank deputy

      The new deputy governor of the Bank of England sees no imminent end to the economic downturn, which he believes is as bad...

    16. August 25, 2008

      Bean rules out imminent end to downturn

      The new deputy governor of the Bank of England sees no imminent end to the economic downturn, which he believes is as bad...

    17. July 23, 2008

      Just like old times

      Government might be better if incoming ministers knew more about how Whitehall worked - something that is exercising the...

    18. July 17, 2008

      Bank's chief economist keeps rates vote under wraps

      In his first public appearance since joining the monetary policy committee, Spencer Dale, the Bank of England's new chief...

    19. June 30, 2008

      The governor claims a dangerous victory

      You could call it a moment to savour for Mervyn King. This week the governor of the Bank of England starts his second...

    20. June 20, 2008

      BoE's chief economist to become deputy governor

      Charlie Bean, the Bank of England's chief economist, was yesterday appointed deputy governor, drawing a line under a month...

    21. June 20, 2008

      BoE deputy governor named

      Charlie Bean, the Bank of England's chief economist, was yesterday appointed deputy governor, drawing a line under a month...

    22. June 19, 2008

      Bean appointed Bank of England deputy chief

      Interest rates were more likely to rise as a result of the new composition of the Bank of England’s monetary policy...

    23. June 19, 2008

      Gieve will step down from Bank role two years early

      Sir John Gieve, deputy governor of the Bank of England, announced last night that he would step down in spring after...

    24. June 19, 2008

      Gieve to step down from Bank two years early

      Sir John Gieve, deputy governor of the Bank of England, announced on Wednesday night that he would step down in spring after...

    25. June 18, 2008

      It is critical to protect the central banks' independence

      There are few things on which economists are in total agreement. But practitioners of the dismal science come pretty close...

    26. June 17, 2008

      Politicians circle independent central banks

      There are few things on which economists are in total agreement. But practitioners of the dismal science come pretty close...

    27. FT Alphaville

      June 9, 2008

      Bean wins Bank of England post

      Charlie Bean, the Bank of England’s chief economist, is to get the job of Bank deputy governor to replace Rachel Lomax,...

    28. June 6, 2008

      Bank chief to have veto on deputies

      When Mervyn King secured a second term as governor of the Bank of England he sought and received a crucial “understanding”...

    29. FT Alphaville

      June 6, 2008

      The BoE's crunch quango

      Oh bravo. As a response to these tumultuous times the proposal to install a group of City figures on the shoulder of the...

    30. FT Alphaville

      June 6, 2008

      City panel to oversee BoE

      The UK government plans to set up a panel of eminent City figures to make the Bank of England more alert to looming...

    31. June 6, 2008

      Bean stalks deputy role

      The clash between Bank of England governor Mervyn King and the Treasury, prompted by the search for a new deputy governor to...

    32. June 6, 2008

      City panel to oversee Bank

      A panel of eminent City figures is to be brought in to make the Bank of England more alert to looming financial trouble and...

    33. June 5, 2008

      City panel to oversee Bank

      A panel of eminent City figures is to be brought in to make the Bank of England more alert to looming financial trouble and...

    34. June 5, 2008

      Tucker or Bean

      That Britain's central bank and Treasury cannot agree who to make deputy governor of the Bank of England is feeble. That...

    35. June 5, 2008

      Bank governor consulted over post

      Alistair Darling, the chancellor, yesterday said he could appoint a new deputy governor of the Bank of England over the...

    36. June 5, 2008

      Bank of England: assume a vacancy

      Signs of friction have emerged over the choice of successor to Rachel Lomax as deputy governor of the Bank of England....

    37. June 4, 2008

      Bank of England: assume a vacancy

      Signs of friction have emerged over the choice of successor to Rachel Lomax as deputy governor of the Bank of England....

    38. June 4, 2008

      Tucker or Bean

      That Britain’s central bank and Treasury cannot agree who to make deputy governor of the Bank of England is feeble. That...

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