Caitlin Morrison, City A.M.

Caitlin Morrison

City A.M.

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Caitlin:

Muslim MPs targeted as second suspicious package in two days found at Westminster

A second suspicious packaged in as many days has been found at Westminster, with one person hospitalised as a result. → Read More

Punish a Muslim Day: Letter linked with suspicious package sent to Bedford MP's Westminster office, hospitalising two

An anti-Muslim letter has been linked with the suspicious package sent to an MP's office this afternoon, which resulted in two people being hospitalised. → Read More

Legal & General share price inches up as profits are boosted because the rise in life expectancy is slowing down

Legal & General today unveiled better-than-expected profits for 2017, and said its dividend would increase by seven per cent. → Read More

Train delays in and out of London Victoria because of person hit by a train

There are delays in and out of London Victoria this morning, after a person was hit by a train. → Read More

TfL says last week's snow is still causing transport delays

There are delays on the London Overground between Surrey Quays and New Cross this morning, and Transport for London says it's because of last week's snow. → Read More

Addison Lee revenues grow as it continues with expansion plans

Addison Lee Group unveiled increased revenue and earnings for the year to 31 August, and said it is aiming to double in size over the next three years. → Read More

Bank of England chief Mark Carney says cryptocurrencies are failing as money

Bank of England governor Mark Carney said cryptocurrencies are failing as a system of money. → Read More

Rail company warns people to travel only if journeys are necessary

With amber and red weather warnings in place across the UK, several transport networks are disrupted. → Read More

Irish Stock Exchange declares a snow day

Ireland's stock exchange has declared a snow day and will close early today and remain shut tomorrow due to extreme weather conditions. → Read More

Rush hour Tube chaos: Delays on six Underground lines as London wakes up to more snow

There are delays across the London Underground network this morning as commuters struggle to make it to work in snowy conditions. → Read More

Theresa May tells MPs no Prime Minister could agree to EU draft Brexit treaty

Prime Minister Theresa May has told the House of Commons that the draft legal text produced by the European Commission would "undermine the UK common → Read More

Provident Financial share price soars as it confirms £123m loss and rights issue

Provident Financial has revealed a £123m loss for 2017, after a difficult year during which the doorstep lender's share price was slashed amid a series → Read More

Tube delays: Victoria line part-suspended due to a person on the track in north London

The Victoria line is part-suspended due to a person on the track. → Read More

Tube chaos as entire line is suspended due to signal failure

The Circle line has been suspended due to a signal failure at Edgware Road. → Read More

Victoria line suspended between King's Cross and Seven Sisters due to person on the track at Highbury & Islington

The Victoria line has been part-suspended due to a person on the track in north London. → Read More

Train delays on busy routes across London: Disruption at Victoria, Charing Cross and London Bridge

There are delays on major rail routes across London this morning, with disruption into Victoria, London Bridge and Charing Cross. → Read More

Passengers evacuated from planes at Heathrow after accident on the airfield

Passengers have been evacuated from planes at Heathrow, after a "serious accident" involving two vehicles on the airfield, according to reports. → Read More

Police investigating "incident" on Parliamentary Estate

Police are currently investigating an "incident" at Parliament in Westminster, a House of Commons spokesperson said. → Read More

Inflation stays at three per cent despite expectations of a dip

Consumer price inflation (CPI) remained at three per cent in January, unchanged from the month before, according to the Office for National Statistics → Read More

British Land acquires the Woolwich Estate near Crossrail/Elizabeth line in south east London for £103m

British Land has bought the Woolwich Estate for £103m, with plans to regenerate the space and bring in more retailers. → Read More