About Alexandra Rogers

Reporter at City A.M. covering City politics, transport and law. Get in touch: alexandra.rogers@cityam.com

2019 Articles

Ryanair suffers shareholder revolt over pay report
Ryanair suffers shareholder revolt over pay report
Ryanair is in the grip of an investor revolt after half of shareholders voted against a bonus scheme for boss [...]
September 19, 2019
Tate & Lyle agrees £930m 'de-risking' pension deal with Legal & General
Tate & Lyle agrees £930m 'de-risking' pension deal with Legal & General
Food and drink ingredient supplier Tate & Lyle has agreed a £930m annuity insurance “buy-in” with Legal and General. Tate [...]
September 19, 2019
Short-term let adverts banned from Tube following outcry
Short-term let adverts banned from Tube following outcry
Adverts that promoted short-term lettings in the capital have been banned from the Transport for London (TfL) network following criticism [...]
September 18, 2019
British Airways pilots call off strike on 27 September
British Airways pilots call off strike on 27 September
British Airways pilots have called off a strike at the end of this month, warning more action could do “irreparable [...]
September 18, 2019
Eddie Stobart confirms takeover interest from Andrew Tinkler
Eddie Stobart confirms takeover interest from Andrew Tinkler
Eddie Stobart has confirmed it has received takeover interest from a company controlled by Andrew Tinkler, the ousted former boss [...]
September 18, 2019
Engineer killed working on travelator at Waterloo station
Engineer killed working on travelator at Waterloo station
An engineer has been killed while working on a moving walkway at Waterloo station. A police investigation is currently underway [...]
September 18, 2019
Car dealer Pendragon swings to loss as it gives gloomy outlook for rest of year
Car dealer Pendragon swings to loss as it gives gloomy outlook for rest of year
Car dealership firm Pendragon has posted a pre-tax loss of more than £32m as it cited “very challenging” market conditions [...]
September 18, 2019
Virgin Atlantic ups IAG war with teaser for new routes at Heathrow
Virgin Atlantic ups IAG war with teaser for new routes at Heathrow
Virgin Atlantic has upped the stakes in its face-off with British Airways owner IAG, unveiling a raft of new routes [...]
September 18, 2019
Sadiq Khan's Ulez charge cuts polluting vehicles by over a third and bags TfL £51m
Sadiq Khan's Ulez charge cuts polluting vehicles by over a third and bags TfL £51m
Sadiq Khan’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (Ulez), has raked in £51m in its first four months while also reducing the number [...]
September 17, 2019
HS2 officially signs £1bn Old Oak Common contract with Balfour Beatty group
HS2 officially signs £1bn Old Oak Common contract with Balfour Beatty group
High Speed Two (HS2) has formally signed a £1bn contract for Old Oak Common station despite an ongoing review which [...]
September 17, 2019
Thomas Cook delays crunch bondholder meeting over rescue deal
Thomas Cook delays crunch bondholder meeting over rescue deal
Troubled travel firm Thomas Cook has secured more time for bondholders to agree to a £1.1bn rescue deal, with a [...]
September 17, 2019
Mike Brown hits out at 'bonkers' TfL borrowing limits
Mike Brown hits out at 'bonkers' TfL borrowing limits
Transport for London (TfL) boss Mike Brown has criticised the government for imposing “bonkers” limits on its borrowing and for [...]
September 16, 2019
HS2 told to halt ancient woodlands clearance works pending review
HS2 told to halt ancient woodlands clearance works pending review
The government has ordered the removals of ancient woodlands near the High Speed Two (HS2) route to be halted while [...]
September 16, 2019
Bank station commuters warned of travel chaos as TfL prepares to shut DLR concourse 'until 2022'
Bank station commuters warned of travel chaos as TfL prepares to shut DLR concourse 'until 2022'
Commuters face years of chaos and overcrowding at busy Bank station starting later this month as the DLR concourse will [...]
September 16, 2019