'Funding from those who demonstrated the worst values will go towards those who display the very best values.'
Cash raised from fines on banks is being given to a charity linked to MP Jo Cox, George Osborne has announced. The Royal
As announced on Wednesday in the Budget, Samaritans has been awarded £3.5million over three years to develop round the clock online support and peer support training for military personnel, veterans and their families. The money is from the Libor fund, set up following the rate-fixing issue, where fines paid by the banks were passed on to the voluntary sector to fund specific projects. The idea is that for anyone struggling, help is just one click away.
Debates are raging on social media over the 14-year-sentence handed down to convicted Libor-rate rigger Tom Hayes earlier
City trader Tom Hayes, 35, was jailed for 14 years on Monday over the rigging of Libor rates after being found guilty of
A highly-paid trader motivated by greed was the "ringmaster" in an enormous fraud to rig benchmark interest rates known as
Royal Bank of Scotland has been chosen to provide advice to police on financial crime just days after its own bill to settle
Royal Bank of Scotland has avoided a multi-million pound fine from the European Commission after it blew the whistle on a
A lack of women in bank boardrooms could be to blame for the scandals and excesses that emerged during the financial crisis
It is impossible to overstate the serious implications of a Court of Appeal decision this week which spell disaster for the administration of British justice.