Mansion House

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  1. WHITHER THERESA? The Cabinet meets this morning and the mood looks like being one of grim determination. Theresa May
Osborne is set to announce the fire sale of the public's share in the Royal Bank of Scotland. Since the taxpayers bailed out RBS to the tune of £45billion in 2008, the government have held an 80% share in the bank. This bailout saved the bank from the mismanagement of its own executives, including such luminaries as Fred 'The Shred' Goodwin. You'd be forgiven for believing that seven years on Osborne's sell-off must mean that Britain's banks have been purged of all that led to such bedlam in 2008; deregulation, bloated bonuses, toxic debts and a willingness to gamble money that makes Las Vegas seem puritan. In truth the Chancellor is selling our share in RBS at a massive loss.
Vince Cable is to hit out at Tory ministers for feeding "scare stories" about immigration in the latest coalition spat. The
The ten things you need to know on Thursday 20 June 2013... 1) ARE WE REALLY 'OUT OF INTENSIVE CARE'? Green shoots anyone
Prime minister David Cameron has defended his decision to fly to the Gulf and promote British defence exports to countries
Adair Turner, current chair of the Financial Services Authority, spoke at Mansion House in what many are describing as an
Rowling collecting her 'keys to London' Harry Potter creator JK Rowling has been honoured with the freedom of the City of