The City watchdog is being called on to consider a full-blown investigation into “regulatory failures” around the collapse of investment firm London Capital & Finance.
Theresa May was working down to the wire to find a Brexit breakthrough before Tuesday’s crucial vote by MPs on her Withdrawal Agreement, with speculation mounting of last-minute talks with Jean-Claude Juncker.
Brussels’ patience with Theresa May appears to be wearing thin ahead of Tuesday’s Commons showdown on Brexit.
Theresa May is battling to save her Brexit strategy as negotiations with the European Union remain “deadlocked”, amid warnings that the Prime Minister is heading for another crushing defeat in Tuesday’s crunch Commons vote.
The Government must safeguard high standards of financial crime defences and not compromise on anti-money laundering supervision when securing trade deals after Brexit, a top MP has warned.
Ministers are facing demands to spell out which tariffs the Government will cut in the event of a no-deal Brexit ahead of next week’s crunch Commons vote.
Thousands of Wonga customers seeking compensation from the defunct payday lender have been “left to fend for themselves” as they fall out of the regulator’s remit, with MP Nicky Morgan suggesting the Government may have to step in.
Perspectives and views on the latest Brexit developments differ in Wednesday’s papers – with one calling it “Theresa’s Triumph” while others suggest the battle has just begun.