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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Jeremy Corbyn's name will be staying on the ballot for Labour party leadership race, after the high court found in the current [...]

28 July
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President Barack Obama is to leave the White House later this year, his successor yet to be elected. [...]

28 July
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Londoners are increasingly subject to overcrowding on trains, according to new data released by the Office for National Statistics. [...]

28 July
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Foreign secretary Boris Johnson will meet his French counterpart later today, a man who branded him a liar during the EU referendum. [...]

28 July
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National Express reported strong growth today despite a subdued UK market. [...]

28 July
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Already reeling from upheaval on Southern Rail, commuters may enter the next circle of hell as RMT is to ballot staff across [...]

27 July
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Members of Parliament overwhelmingly support a third runway at Heathrow to expand aviation capacity in the south east, according [...]

27 July
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has expressed joy that Owen Smith will essentially have copied him and John McDonnell in his [...]

27 July
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Two thirds of current account holders are in the dark about whether they can switch accounts if they are overdrawn, according [...]

27 July
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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched a new finance commission as part of his latest push for devolution in the wake of the [...]

26 July
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Prime Minister Theresa May has said she wants to work to secure the external borders of the Common Travel Area as she looked [...]

26 July
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The Conservatives have taken a 16 point lead over Labour in a new poll just 13 days after Theresa May became Prime Minister. [...]

26 July
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In stark contrast to the Republican convention, leading Democrats at different wings of the party have come together to urge [...]

26 July
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Former deputy chair Suzanne Evans has backed Lisa Duffy to take the reins of the UK Independence Party after Nigel Farage stepped [...]

26 July
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Prime Minister Theresa May could well face a static London property market if history is anything to go by, analysts at Stirling Ackroyd [...]

26 July
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