By George Eaton - 15 January 08:36
The party challenges the Chancellor to veto any move by RBS to double the bank bonus cap under new EU rules.
By George Eaton - 14 August 10:35
Earnings rose by an unusual high of 2.1% in the latest quarter but only because bonuses were paid in April, rather than March, to benefit from the new 45p rate.
By George Eaton - 19 June 08:54
The new report from the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards busts the myth that pay has fallen since the crash.
By Ben Fox - 06 March 10:18
The government's posturing is about little more than saying enough to keep the eurosceptics quiet.
By Alex Andreou - 28 February 03:26
RBS has announced losses of over £5.1bn and bonuses of £679m, after being bailed out by the taxpayer. Through Stephen Hester's sleight of hand, we are expected to believe that this has been a “chastening year” for the bank.
By Prof Michael Moran - 03 July 10:38
A Leveson-style inquiry would expose the web of patronage and lobbying.
By Rafael Behr - 28 June 04:07
Financiers' immunity from justice mirrors their insulation from recession.
By Louis Brooke - 12 March 05:37
Britain has always valued a sense of fair play. It is time to demand a fair banking system.
By George Eaton - 10 February 10:41
Don't believe he myth that Barclays didn’t benefit from state support.