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Ex-Dragons' Den star Julie Meyer reported to the FCA for misconduct as her ex-adviser crowdfunds for legal battle

Julie Meyer, a former star of BBC TV show Dragons' Den, has been reported to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), City A.M. has learned. The self-proclaimed “entrepreneur’s champion”, who relocated much of her early-stage investment business to ... read more

Police probe claims Are You Being Served? star John Inman sexually assaulted a 13-year-old schoolboy in the 1970s

The alleged victim, a divorced father-of-two who is now aged 48, claims he was invited to the much-loved star's hotel room and 'encouraged to perform a sex act on him' during the summer of 1979. He claims the incident was repeated on two other occasions at ... read more

Former Co-op boss Paul Flowers banned from financial services

In addition, he used his work email account to send and receive “sexually explicit and otherwise inappropriate messages, and to discuss illegal drugs”, the FCA added, despite having been previously warned about his earlier misconduct. Following the ... read more

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Duncan Bannatyne agrees out-of-court deal with former friend and CEO Nigel Armstrong

Graham Nigel Armstrong had been suing the ex-Dragons’ Den and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here star for unfair prejudice and wrongful ... Mr Armstrong, of Darlington, was sacked for gross misconduct in 2014 after 17 years with the company. read more


Germany and France have significant trade links with Iran and remain committed to the nuclear agreement, as does Britain, and the three countries’ foreign ministers plan to meet on Tuesday to discuss it. That is part of a flurry of diplomatic activity ... read more

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Pensions revolution in chaos as reforms are 'rushed through': Fears that thousands of savers and insurance firms will not be ready for 'incredibly aggressive' deadline

Firms are still waiting for the Financial Conduct Authority to publish rules stipulating the guidance they should be giving to those wanting to exploit the pensions freedoms. Nigel Green, the boss of financial adviser deVere Group, called the ... read more

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Empty retail spaces in the UK are being filled by cafes, restaurants and betting shops instead of retailers, a report by the Local Data Company (LDC) has found.The report reveals that the high street is picking up with the overall store vacancy rate ... read more

Lloyds denies Daniels quit rumours over toxic talks

Lloyds Banking Group has dismissed suggestions that chief executive Eric Daniels is threatening to quit. A report this morning claimed Daniels was so angered by negotiations with the Treasury over the terms for the deal to insure the bank's toxic assets ... read more


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