Guy Hands’s Terra Firma Capital Partners Ltd. got a second chance to try its $8.3 billion claim against Citigroup Inc. over the 2007 sale of EMI Group Ltd.
U.K. lawmakers rejected suggestions that the age of a child should be taken into account in sexual abuse cases, as Britain debates historical abuse including those of television star Jimmy Savile.
Urbi Desarrollos Urbanos SAB, a Mexican real-estate developer, asked a court in New York to dismiss a suit filed by Barclays Plc over financial derivatives.
Chris Huhne, the former energy secretary who aspired to lead his Liberal Democrat Party, left prison today after serving two months of an eight-month sentence for lying about a driving offense.
Lawmakers representing English districts in the British Parliament should be given extra rights to decide on legislation that only affects England, according to a government-appointed commission.
On a snowy morning in the middle of February, Tony Blair, looking trim from his four- to five-times- a-week workout regime, is sipping coffee in his office in London’s Mayfair district.
There’s nothing like having part of your savings account confiscated overnight to make you feel that your money isn’t safe.
The four banks on trial for mis- selling swaps to Milan violated U.K. rules by failing to tell city officials they had lost the protection typically given to clients, a prosecution witness said.
The Chapter 11 cases for units of Truvo Luxemburg Sarl, a Belgium-based publisher of directories, may test whether a U.S. bankruptcy court can or should eliminate debt on European companies that aren’t in bankruptcy in the U.S. or abroad.
A trustee for failed brokerage MF Global Inc. plans to pursue a lawsuit in the U.K. to recover $700 million in customer funds, according to a statement.