Pound slips again as World Bank warns of recession in Europe - live updates The president of the World Bank has this morning warned of recession in Europe as the pound and euro again fell against the dollar overnight.
City sceptical about benefits of scrapping cap on banker bonuses
Sources at largest banks say the did not lobby for move nor expect it to result in major changes to pay packets
Keir Starmer's speech showed he is a prime minister in waiting
The Labour leader proved he has properly listened to the worry pulsing through the country.
A British citizen is being executed in the US. Liz Truss won’t intervene
I have personally put 7,000 hours into Kris Maharaj’s case, and six members of Pablo Escobar’s Colombian drug cartel have admitted in court that they carried out the killings he’s accused of — yet Maharaj is still scheduled for execution
Letter of the week: Fantasy economics
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“There's only so much money you can spend”: why high fliers hate the top-rate tax cut
Highly paid City workers say the tax cut is wasted on them.
High fives in City dealing rooms as top rate of tax is axed
It was high fives all round on one of London’s biggest trading floors on Friday.When Kwasi Kwarteng stood up to deliver his budget on Friday morning, desk head
Tory Corbynism is likely to be as successful as the Labour version | John Rentoul
It is fun to go against the centrist consensus, until you meet reality coming the other way