Alexandra Rogers, City A.M.

Alexandra Rogers

City A.M.

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Alexandra:

RBS GRG scandal: The baggage that could drag down Andrew Bailey's quest to lead the Bank of England

This summer, the Bank of England is expected to announce a successor to Mark Carney as governor. → Read More

RMT rail union to stage five-day strike on South Western Railway in June

Workers on the embattled South Western Railway (SWR) will strike for five days in June over a dispute with the role of guards on trains. → Read More

TfL awards £1bn Silvertown Tunnel contract to Aberdeen Standard-backed consortium

A consortium comprising Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI), Cintra and Macquarie Capital will build the £1bn Silvertown tunnel under the river Thames. → Read More

P&O Ferries sues government for £33m over Eurotunnel settlement following no-deal Brexit ferry fiasco

P&O Ferries is suing the government for £33m over its decision to settle a challenge against its no-deal Brexit ferry contracts. → Read More

Long-suffering users of Gospel Oak to Barking line finally see electric trains come into service after year of disruption

Commuters on the poor-performing Gospel Oak to Barking line will finally be given four new electric trains after enduring months of delays and disruption. → Read More

Thomas Cook (TCG) share price drops after Fitch and S&P cut credit rating

Thomas Cook's share price has nosedived by nearly six per cent after two agencies downgraded the troubled travel agency into the lowest credit category. → Read More

Time you'll never get back: Passengers lost record 4m hours to train delays last year

Rail passengers lost a record of four million hours to train delays last year, the worst since records began, a consumer watchdog has found. → Read More

Commuters suffer London train delays as new rail timetable arrives

Commuters were hit with their first batch of disruption into London this morning on the same day nationwide timetables were overhauled. → Read More

City of London Corporation slammed for decision to ban Taiwan float from Lord Mayor's show following Chinese pressure

The chair of the influential Foreign Affairs Select Committee has accused the City of London Corporation of allowing itself to be pushed around by China → Read More

City of London Corporation to borrow for first time in 30 years as costs of projects bite

The City of London Corporation is to borrow for the first time in 30 years as a number of projects, including a new centre for music, squeezes its finances. → Read More

Campaigners lose crunch High Court challenge against Heathrow Airport expansion

The government today won a legal battle against its proposed expansion of Heathrow Airport. → Read More

Passengers face disruption at Luton Airport as Addison Lee drivers stage strike over pay

Luton Airport passengers will face difficulty getting home today as Addison Lee drivers stage their first 24-hour strike over claims they are earning → Read More

TfL boss Mike Brown says he will not stand down following calls to quit over Crossrail

TfL boss Mike Brown has said he will not resign following criticism he "downplayed" the risks to the Crossrail opening date to London mayor Sadiq Khan. → Read More

Norwegian Air earnings hit by Boeing 737 Max troubles

The grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max jets will cost Norwegian 500 million Norwegian crowns (£45m), the airline said today. → Read More

Tory MP Johnny Mercer dismisses alleged ties to collapsed firm London Capital & Finance and Surge Financial as 'smear' by rivals

Tory MP Johnny Mercer has hit back at allegations he was involved in collapsed firm London Capital and Finance (LCF), claiming they are part of a "co-ordinated → Read More

Labour MPs table bid to thwart Trump state visit because of 'misogynism and racism'

Labour MPs have demanded that Theresa May cancel Donald Trump's upcoming state visit to the UK because of his "misogynism, racism and xenophobia". → Read More

Former UBS officer had 'no motive and no money' in alleged insider trading deals, court hears

A former UBS compliance officer accused of insider trading had “no motive and no money” pegged to the alleged crime, a court has heard. → Read More

Court brings £14bn mega-claim against Mastercard credit card fees back to life

A £14bn class action against Mastercard has been revived after the Court of Appeal reversed an earlier decision to have the claim dismissed. → Read More

Jet Airways' future hangs in the balance as it fails to secure emergency funding from lenders

Troubled airline Jet Airways has failed to secure emergency funding from its lenders, forcing it to extend the cancellation of its international flights. → Read More

FCA accused of using legal red tape to delay report into RBS GRG unit

The City watchdog has been accused of abusing legal red tape to delay a report into its controversial decision not to take action against senior individuals → Read More