James Nickerson

(Staff)

I am a reporter at City A.M. looking at the stories, people and data behind political events from the UK, Europe and further afield. I also write about infrastructure and transport, as well as broader issues around global business.

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Labour has slammed the government for failing to take action over pensions on the back of a survey finding that three in five [...]

23 August
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A number of firms have been shortlisted for contracts on the second phase of High Speed 2 (HS2) worth a total of £520m. [...]

23 August
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British spies should be allowed to harvest data en masse from emails, a review of terror legislation has concluded. [...]

19 August
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You'd be hard pushed to find anyone who's sour about the Night Tube finally coming into service tonigh [...]

19 August
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19 August
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British Airways is gearing up for access to China's domestic market as it launches a new partnership with China Eastern Airlines. [...]

19 August
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William Hill's share price has shot up the day after Rank Group and 888 Holdings gave up on their pursuit of the bookmaker. [...]

19 August
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The mayor of London has formally hailed the start of Night Tube, saying it will support thousands of workers and help get Londoners [...]

19 August
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A whistleblower whose information helped reveal false accounting at Deutsche Bank has turned down a huge financial reward from [...]

19 August
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The RMT has remarkably now decided to support the beginning of services on the Night Tube, claiming its workers deserve the [...]

18 August
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Uncertainties over London's Garden Bridge are building after a letter sent by the chairman of its trust to the secretary [...]

18 August
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The Labour party conference's go-ahead has been called into question after talks broke down between the GMB union and the remaining [...]

18 August
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Unemployment in France has fallen to its lowest level in four years, ahead of the country's presidential election next year. [...]

18 August
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18 August
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Nestle marginally missed expectations on a cocktail of deflation in developed markets, foreign exchange and competition in China. [...]

18 August
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