It is 8am on a warm morning. Waterloo station in London is the city's busiest bicycle hire dock, and this is its busiest time of day.
Lloyds Banking Group is close to reaching a settlement with regulators over how much it should pay out for its role in the Libor-rigging scandal, the bailed-out bank has confirmed for the first time.
Rising house prices, the prospect of higher interest rates, and difficulty in raising a deposit are rapidly putting people off buying a house according to Halifax.
A group of prominent women in the Tory party have warned election strategist Lynton Crosby that personal attacks on Ed Miliband will backfire and put female voters off the Conservatives at the general election.
Politicians in trouble often home in on the negative, but normally against their opponent, rather than themselves.
The property developer Vincent Tchenguiz will receive at least £6m and an apology from the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) following the collapse of an investigation against him two years ago.
David Cameron repeatedly mistook Teesside for Tyneside in a radio interview on Friday, just months after appearing to confuse Colchester and Chelmsford in Essex.
Britain's economy has recovered the losses caused by the financial crisis and surpassed its pre-recession peak in the second quarter of the year, by posting a growth rate of 0.8%.
A bid by two Scottish prisoners to overturn a ban on inmates voting in the independence referendum has been dismissed by the UK supreme court.
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Its affluent image hides hardship caused by low pay, high rents and 'ruinous' credit that a local campaign is trying to stamp out
David Cameron has been accused by union leaders of being a "Bullingdon bully" after he vowed that the Conservative election manifesto would tighten the screw on strike laws in response to what he regards as Thursday's illegitimate mass walkout of up to 1 million public-sector workers.