How the public lost faith in politics – and turned to populism
In a new book, John Redwood says the big political parties have been all but destroyed in elections by the rise in populist movements around the world. So why didn’t experts foresee it? And is it such a bad thing?
Woodford Equity Income Fund closes causing huge backlash
Much progress has been made since Britain's financial crisis, but Woodford's move to close down his formerly lucrative business shows that not all the safety nets put in place are working and, as Chris Blackhurst says, is only a signal to the end
How Lehman Brothers caused 'the worst financial crisis in history'
On 15 September 2008 Lehman Brothers, the giant US investment bank, went bust.
What the UK losing the EU financial services passport really means
What is the passport? How important is it? Does this come as a surprise? And what will it mean for the wider economy?
Citizens Advice wants credit card crackdown. City watchdog must listen
A code of conduct promoted by the Financial Conduct Authority doesn't go far enough
Which? says banks charging more than payday lenders for overdrafts
The costs faced by those who go into the red without their bank's prior authorisation have been causing controversy since before the financial crisis
Banks must plan for 'hard' Brexit, PwC report warns
Transformation programmes are so complex and lengthy that they may need to devise two-step interim contingency plans