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Exclusive: Regulators ran up £6m for case that collapsed

Exclusive: Regulators ran up £6m for case that collapsed

City watchdogs spent nearly £6m on the investigation and prosecution of three former directors of iSoft whose trial collapsed last month, it emerged last night.

Tim Whiston, finance director, John Whelan, …

The day in FoIA: HMRC snoops on public 14,000 times in a year, City sackings soar as FSA cracks down and police numbers ‘lowest for 9 years’

The tax man is watching you: HMRC snoops on public 14,000 times in a year

Taxpayers’ personal data, including records of web sites they have visited and where their mobile phone calls are made, is being viewed by Her Majesty’s …

Whistleblowing Cases Soar By 276 Per Cent Since Beginning Of Financial Crisis

Whistleblowing Cases Soar By 276 Per Cent Since Beginning Of Financial Crisis

Whistleblowing cases reported to the Financial Services Authority have increased by 276 per cent in four years, according to information1 obtained under the Freedom of Information Act by …

Blair-Bush Iraq war transcript may be suppressed

Blair-Bush Iraq war transcript may be suppressed

An explosive transcript of one of Tony Blair‘s final conversations with George Bush before the invasion of Iraq may be suppressed by the coalition government, Whitehall sources have confirmed.

Dominic Grieve, …

FoIA reveals names of RBS Directors involved in controversial report.

The Financial Services Authority has admitted it was in the “public interest” to identify the main board directors of the Royal Bank of Scotland who they interviewed for their report on the events that led to the bank’s multi-billion pound …