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James Nickerson

City A.M.

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Past articles by James:

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan hails the start of the Night Tube

The mayor of London has formally hailed the start of Night Tube, helping get Londoners around more quickly, safely and affordably. → Read More

Francois Hollande reiterates calls for speedy Brexit negotiations ahead of meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May

While German Chancellor Angela Merkel was somewhat receptive to Theresa May's declarations that the UK needs more time before triggering Article 50, she → Read More

This is how the business community has reacted to the Queen's Speech

Business groups welcomed measures in the Queen’s Speech today while urging the government to push on with big decisions after the EU referendum, but → Read More

EU migrant crisis: The majority of European CFOs think refugees entering Europe will have a positive impact on the economy

A majority of European chief financial officers believe that refugees entering the continent will have a positive economic impact, according to new research. → Read More

Volkswagen to cut 2016 investment budget to spend a maximum of €12bn

Embattled carmaker Volkswagen is going to slash its investment budget for next year as it looks to find a way to save costs to deal with the emissions → Read More

Where in the UK is the biggest gender pay gap?

We're all aware of the problems by now: women not being selected for enough leadership roles, earning less than men in a variety of industries and the → Read More

Forbes top 40 richest individuals under 40 2015: Who are the richest young Americans and how did they make their money?

No surprises here, as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg claims the accolade for the richest American under 40. → Read More

FTSE 100 opens slightly higher as miners continue to make gains

The FTSE 100 opened up today after a turbulent week, with investors cheering the increased likelihood of a US Federal Reserve interest rate rise, while → Read More

Home secretary Theresa May warned that police cuts could "reduce very significantly" the UK's ability to respond to a terror attack

Police cuts that are widely anticipated to be announced in next week's Budget could "reduce very significantly" the UK's ability to respond to a Paris-style → Read More

Paris attacks: The EU must "wake up" to terror threats, says French interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve

French interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve has gravely warned that the European Union must "wake up" to the threat posed by terrorists in the wake of → Read More

French MPs vote in favour of extending emergency powers

French MPs have voted in favour of extending emergency laws in the wake of terror attacks that gripped Paris last Friday. → Read More

Junior doctors vote overwhelmingly in favour of going on strike

Junior doctors in England have voted overwhelmingly in favour of going on strike in a struggle against health secretary Jeremy Hunt's new contract. → Read More

FTSE 100 index opens up on Royal Mail, Johnson Matthey and miners

The FTSE 100 opened up this morning, led by gains in Royal Mail, Shell, BG and Johnson Matthey. → Read More

London mayoral candidates Zac Goldsmith and Sadiq Khan warn chancellor George Osborne on police cuts

Conservative London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith said last night that the government is likely to back down on police funding cuts in the wake of the → Read More

Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon "prepared to listen" to case for air strikes in Syria

Scottish National Party (SNP) leader Nicola Sturgeon has said while she is "not convinced" yet that a compelling case for air strikes in Syria has been → Read More

Prime Minister's Questions: Prime Minister David Cameron says UK must go after IS wherever it is for stability in the Middle East

Prime Minister David Cameron today beefed up his rhetoric on the need for military action in Syria, saying that achieving stability in the Middle East → Read More

FTSE 100 index opens lower on mining companies and security fears

The FTSE 100 opened down this morning as miners fell back again, Glencore leading the index lower. → Read More

Paris attacks: Three dead and three arrested as heavy shooting heard in Saint Denis, northern Paris, as police raid flat for attackers, reports

Heavy shooting has been heard in the northern Paris suburb of Saint Denis, and reports say the police operation is linked to the tragic attacks in Paris → Read More

Private jet industry forecast to slide in 2016

Sales of private business jets are anticipated to slow down next year as weakening economies and political conflicts have reduced demand, according to → Read More

Paris attacks: Prime Minister David Cameron says there is a "compelling case" for taking military action in Syria as part of a "comprehensive strategy"

Prime Minister David Cameron has said that "the more we learn about Paris, the more it justifies the full spectrum approach we've discussed before in → Read More