Horsemeat scandal: FSA begins meat plant raids »

By Laura Moulden The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has raided two premises involved in the alleged supply of horse meat to British supermarkets.

Horsemeat scandal: Legal action begins in Europe »

By Gerald Heneghan Court cases related to the ongoing horsemeat contamination scandal are set to begin today (February 11th) in Europe.

Horsemeat scandal: FSA issues further guidance »

By Laura Moulden The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has issued further guidance on the contamination of beef products with horsemeat.

Horsemeat scandal: FSA demands tests on all beef products »

By Gerald Heneghan The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has demanded that the UK food industry carries out authenticity tests on all beef products as part of the ongoing investigation into horsemeat contamination.

Libor scandal: RBS hit with £390 million fine
6 Feb
2013
Written by LaurenGrice

Libor scandal: RBS hit with £390 million fine »

By Lauren Grice The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has been fined £390 million by regulators in the US and UK over its involvement in the Libor rate-rigging scandal.

FSA reveals scale of interest rate swap scandal »

By Laura Moulden The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has revealed the scale of the scandal facing British banks over interest rate swap mis-selling.

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