Middle management is banks’ ‘blind spot’

Some risk takers not subject to same rules as bosses

Food-poison bug in many shop chickens

Hygiene body campaigns to cut consumers’ campylobacter risk

Rail workers reinstate national strike

Unions reject fresh pay offer, having called off previous walkout

Cornelia Parker RA unveils One More Time, 2015, for Terrace Wires, St Pancras International station's public art programme
©Tim P. Whitby

St Pancras opens art installation

Replica of station clock unveiled at London’s Eurostar terminus

Oxford nominates female vice-chancellor

Professor Louise Richardson set to arrive in January 2016

©Charlie Bibby

Banks boost lending to small businesses

Extra £600m in credit offered in first quarter via BoE funding scheme

UK recovery dogged by poor exports

No upwards revision to Q1 growth of 0.3%

UK rural fuel price relief welcomed

Filling stations will reclaim duty to stay competitive

Addison Lee founder funded Tory campaign

Donation of £660,000 given as London taxi battle was heating up

Executive pay key to productivity puzzle

The challenge is to alter incentives from those that damage the economy to those that help it

British woman aims for water speed record

Hannah White aims to hit 40 knots over 1 mile in purpose built 6m boat

Religious art project receives £9m boost

Lottery Fund grant to restore state rooms at Auckland Castle

One in 10 toddlers use own tablet

Three to four-year-olds have own device to keep them entertained

UK to set strike ballot limits

Union members will need to ‘opt in’ to political contributions

Queen’s Speech: List of bills

UK and US graduates ‘weaker on numeracy’

OECD data show jobless young face problems moving to workplace

Cameron weighs in on London cabbies clash

PM says people should enjoy high-quality service

Regulation alone will not restore markets

Bankers need to demonstrate that they know right from wrong

Ofcom warns of spectrum move

UK regulator could award bandwidth at later date if one telecoms group becomes too dominant

Founding fathers offer UK a union lesson

For a united nation a coherent vision is needed


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