The taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is conducting a shake-up of its key City relationships as George Osborne prepares to outline details of his blueprint for privatising the bailed-out
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FIFA President Sepp Blatter has opened world football's congress - hours after refusing a request by UEFA to step down.
Former New York Governor George Pataki has become the latest Republican to enter the widening 2016 presidential field.
Union members at Network Rail are to stage a 24-hour and 48-hour strike next month over pay.
B&Q has seen a fall in sales due to a drop-off in outdoor seasonal and building products.
No one pays much attention to trade statistics these days, so you can be excused for having missed something significant that cropped up in the last batch of numbers.
The head of Royal Dutch Shell's operations in China is to spearhead the oil major's integration with BG Group as the industry's biggest-ever takeover inches forward.
Sepp Blatter will not attend a FIFA conference he was to address today as a corruption scandal engulfs football's governing body.
Car production has passed the half-million mark this year driven by a strong UK market, official figures show.
Major sponsors have expressed serious concern after FIFA officials were accused of engaging in racketeering, fraud and money-laundering conspiracies over 24 years.
A prominent barrister who fought against a challenge to Liverpool FC's last change of ownership is to represent Tesco shareholders in a legal battle over the retailer's profit overstatement scandal
A day after the Queen's Speech, the government is signalling its intention to press ahead speedily with an In/Out referendum by publishing the EU Referendum Bill.
The Pentagon says it mistakenly sent out anthrax spores to as many as nine laboratories.
The blazing sunshine in Houston seems like nature's attempt at dark humour.
A trend of breastfeeding selfies has caused an online backlash from mothers who feel "judged".
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A senior female commander from Islamic State has told Sky News she has no doubt that three London teenagers who crossed into Syria in February were groomed by a team of social media experts in Raqq
Veteran U2 tour manager Dennis Sheehan has been found dead in his Los Angeles hotel room after suffering a suspected heart attack.
The death toll from flooding in Texas and Oklahoma has climbed to 19, as fresh downpours hindered the search for more than a dozen people missing, presumed dead.
Sir Roy Gardner, the former chief executive of Centrica, is to take on the challenge of chairing Serco, the outsourcing group.
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