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Bank of England under fire for lack of diversity
The Chancellor has been taken to task by MPs about the lack of diversity at the top of the Bank of England. Nicky Morgan has written to Philip Hammond asking for evidence proving that "all efforts" are being made to encourage gender and ethnic ...
Nicky Morgan urges Treasury to appoint more women to Bank of England  Financial Times
MPs question Hammond over Bank of England's lack of senior women  
UK retail sales slump; Goldman hints at Frankfurt move – as it happened
Early losses have been partially erased throughout European equities today, after a sharp Catalonia driven selloff was largely pushed aside, with traders seeing the government's decision to invoke article 155 as a positive for economic and political ...
Goldman Sachs chief Lloyd Blankfein hints at Frankfurt move  BBC News
Goldman Sachs boss Lloyd Blankfein takes potshot at Brexit by saying he' ...
City watchdog boss Andrew Bailey put "significant pressure" on Lloyds to ...
I'm City A.M.'s economics reporter writing about the trends that shape markets i [..] Show more. Bank Of England Hold Press Conference On The Financial Stability Report.
HBOS takeover: Lloyds buyout was unique opportunity, says defence QC  The Guardian
Lloyds Bank shareholders 'mugged', claim lawyers  BBC News
Durham and North Yorkshire county councils contest cost of potholes revealed ...
A study for insurance firm revealed that councils paid �3.1 million in compensation to drivers whose vehicles were damaged by poor road surfaces in 2016.
The pothole capital of the North East is revealed - although figure leaves a ...  ChronicleLive
1 million cars damaged by potholes in the past year - how to make sure you ...
British Airways apologises for bed bug infestation
BA offered an apology to the family and upgraded their return flight. Photograph: Tim Ockenden/PA. British Airways. British Airways apologises for bed bug infestation.
British Airways apologises after Canadian family bitten by bed bugs on flight  The Straits Times
British Airways apologises for bed bugs on Canada flight  BBC News
Aslef asks members to bring Southern rail dispute to an end
The dispute over driver-only operated Southern trains has been disrupting the railway since April 2016. Photograph: Philip Toscano/PA.
Southern drivers to be balloted to end dispute  BBC News
Southern Rail row over driver-only trains could be settled in new deal
Passenger sues Sunwing over lack of 'champagne service' to Cuba
When Daniel MacDuff boarded a Sunwing flight to Cuba in February 2017, he expected champagne service, as advertised. Instead, he was served sparkling wine in a plastic cup.
This Airline Just Got Sued by a Passenger for the Most Incredible Reason You ...
A Flyer Is Suing This Airline Because His Champagne Was Just Ordinary ...  Fortune
China's Toughest Job?
Zhou Xiaochuan, governor of the People's Bank of China, has guided his country's monetary policy for most of the 21st century.
China central bank chief warns of 'Minsky moment'  Financial Times
China central bank chief warns of asset bubbles, debt risk  The Straits Times
Fly-tipping costs taxpayers �58m in clean-up costs
More than one million incidents of fly-tipping were dealt with by councils in England in 2016-17, costing taxpayers �58m to clear up.
Councils in England reported one million fly-tipping incidents in 2016  News & Star
Sutton Council contribute zero to �750000 in fly-tipping fines  Sutton Guardian
LONDON MARKET CLOSE: Stocks Down As Pound Shrugs Off Weak Retail Sales
LONDON (Alliance News) - Stocks in London ended lower with blue-chip Unilever and mid-cap IWG weighing on their respective indices, while the pound shook off disappointing UK retail sales figures.
Disappointing Unilever results drag on London's blue chip index  Belfast Telegraph
FTSE 100 joins global shares to head lower; retail sales disappoint  Proactive Investors UK