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London’s 4,000 Boris bikes cost taxpayers £1,400 for each bicycle every year despite sponsorship from Barclays

London’s 4,000 Boris bikes cost taxpayers £1,400 for each bicycle every year despite sponsorship from Barclays

The official London cycle-hire scheme costs taxpayers more than £11million a year, even though Paris makes money from a similar version.

The so-called Boris

A day in FoIA: Queen rejects Government’s apprenticeship programme, Scottish seabed pollution, postcode lottery for school clothing grants,

Queen rejects Government’s apprenticeship programme

Buckingham Palace was approached by ministers keen for Royal estates to hire young people on a Government-backed programme.

But the Queen will instead keep her own apprenticeships for chefs, footmen and housemaids, according to The …

Libor emails ‘show Bank of England’s efforts to get banks to lower rate’

Libor emails ‘show Bank of England’s efforts to get banks to lower rate’

John Mann, an MP on the Treasury Committee, has released emails showing the Bank of England had concerns about the level of Libor at Barclays, HSBC and …

Finance industry’s multimillion-pound lobbying budget revealed

No backtrack on Freedom of Information Act

Commons committee resists watering-down of legislation as proposed by its creators, Tony Blair and Jack Straw

Pressure from former senior Labour figures, including Tony Blair and Jack Straw, as well as Whitehall …