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Past articles by Lauren:

Chancellor George Osborne facing Budget squeeze after postponing Lloyds share sell-off

The sale of the final chunk of Lloyds shares – which was expected to raise £2bn for Treasury coffers – was delayed due to “turbulent markets” → Read More

Green Party left red faced after accusing oil firm of buying from ISIS

The Green Party has been forced into a humiliating climbdown after its foreign affairs spokesperson wrongly claimed that a company backed by City financier → Read More

Chancellor George Osborne says government will spend another £1.9bn on cyber security

Speaking to intelligence officials at GCHQ this morning, Osborne said that while British authorities are already monitoring cyber threats against 450 → Read More

Autumn Statement 2015: Chancellor George Osborne hires Rothschild to look into selling off Land Registry

Chancellor George Osborne is once again considering privatising the Land Registry, hiring bankers to look at selling off the state-owned agency. → Read More

Prime Minister David Cameron uses speech at Lord Mayor's banquet to deliver robust defence of UK's counterterrorism strategy

Prime Minister David Cameron launched a robust defence of the government’s counterterrorism strategies in a speech in the City tonight, vowing that → Read More

Andrew Tyrie tells regulators "not give in to special pleading from banks" over post-crisis regulations

An influential Conservative MP has slammed British banks over their attitude toward reform, calling on regulators to “not give in to special pleading → Read More

Autumn Statement 2015: Accountants say Osborne needs to spare UK Plc

The Institute for Chartered Accounts in England and Wales (ICAEW) said the chancellor should “not introduce anything that will impact businesses” → Read More

Standard Chartered chief executive Bill Winters buys another £1m in bank's shares

Standard Chartered chief executive Bill Winters is putting his money where his mouth is – by buying another £1m worth of his shares in his struggling → Read More

British Bankers' Association: London is losing its edge as a financial centre

A new report out today has warned that “urgent action" is needed if the UK is to remain an attractive location for foreign banks. → Read More

RBS says it is cutting investment bank costs by another £2bn

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) set out plans today to cut costs in its corporate and institutional banking (CIB) business by about £2bn over the next → Read More

Deutsche Bank puts in place new management team for investment bank

Deutsche Bank announced a new slate of top jobs this morning, naming a string of appointments to its corporate and investment bank (CIB) as part of → Read More

New report shows Tube fare hikes have cost Londoners an extra £2,683 each

Talk about a top-up: Londoners have each spent an additional £2,683 in Tube fares since 2008 thanks to increasing fares. → Read More

Nearly three in four UK financial services firms say cutting skilled migration will hurt the economy

A new survey out today from the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) found that 73 per cent of finance workers think that the government’s → Read More

Barclays chairman: London risks losing its status as a global financial centre

The City risks losing its status as the world’s leading financial centre, Barclays chairman John McFarlane will warn in a speech tonight. → Read More

EU referendum: UBS chairman Axel Weber says Brexit wouldn't undermine the City

UBS chairman Axel Weber dismissed concerns about Britain leaving the European Union this morning, saying that a so-called Brexit was unlikely to be a big → Read More

EU referendum: Prime Minister David Cameron proposes tighter rules for EU migrants in Chatham House speech

Prime Minister David Cameron insisted that his European Union reform agenda is achievable this morning when he spelled out new details of his top demands, → Read More

EU referendum: Cameron spells out his demands, saying reform is not Mission Impossible

Prime Minister David Cameron will insist that his European Union reform agenda is achievable when he spells out his top demands today. → Read More

Financial Stability Board unveils $1.19 trillion plan to prevent "too big to fail"

The Financial Stability Board (FSB), which was set up by the G20 after the financial crisis to coordinate regulation across the group’s economies, published → Read More

Prime Minister David Cameron heckled by anti-European Union protesters at CBI conference

Anti-European Union protesters interrupted Prime Minister David Cameron's speech to the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) annual conference in London → Read More

EU referendum: Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny warns Brexit poses a "major strategic risk"

The head of Ireland's government will issue a stark warning over Brexit this morning, saying that Britain leaving the European Union is an outcome that → Read More