About Alexandra Rogers

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

2019 Articles

Hammersmith bridge: Repairs could cost £120m and take three years to finish
Hammersmith bridge: Repairs could cost £120m and take three years to finish
Vital repair works to Hammersmith bridge are to cost £120m and will take three years to complete, it was revealed [...]
September 3, 2019
HS2 ‘still vital’ despite ballooning £88bn price tag, say businesses
HS2 ‘still vital’ despite ballooning £88bn price tag, say businesses
HS2 is at risk of costing the public £88bn and could be delivered seven years behind schedule, but businesses still [...]
September 3, 2019
HS2 faces seven-year delay as costs set to balloon to £88bn
HS2 faces seven-year delay as costs set to balloon to £88bn
The real cost of HS2 could spiral to £88bn as the project faces years of delays, according to an explosive [...]
September 3, 2019
Ryanair and Wizz Air enjoy passenger jump in August
Ryanair and Wizz Air enjoy passenger jump in August
Ryanair and Wizz Air both enjoyed an uptick in passenger numbers in August, with the latter enjoying a record-breaking month. [...]
September 3, 2019
Cathay Pacific suspends cabin crew following issue with oxygen bottles
Cathay Pacific suspends cabin crew following issue with oxygen bottles
Cathay Pacific has suspended some members of its cabin crew following the discovery that some oxygen bottles were found to [...]
September 3, 2019
Shaun Bailey vows to strip TfL of housing powers
Shaun Bailey vows to strip TfL of housing powers
Tory mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey has said Transport for London (TfL) should be stripped of its housing function to boost [...]
September 2, 2019
Sadiq Khan urges London MPs to do 'whatever it takes' to block no-deal Brexit
Sadiq Khan urges London MPs to do 'whatever it takes' to block no-deal Brexit
Sadiq Khan has urged London MPs to do “whatever it takes” to stop a no-deal Brexit as parliament gears up [...]
September 2, 2019
Ryanair flights continue as normal as pilots kick off three-day strike
Ryanair flights continue as normal as pilots kick off three-day strike
Ryanair pilots have begun their three-day strike today, but the airline said it is still operating a normal schedule. Ryanair [...]
September 2, 2019
Can Tory mayoral hopeful Shaun Bailey turn City Hall blue?
Can Tory mayoral hopeful Shaun Bailey turn City Hall blue?
It is fair to say that Shaun Bailey’s bid to become the next mayor of London did not get off [...]
September 1, 2019
Sajid Javid to meet City figures for talks on a no-deal Brexit
Sajid Javid to meet City figures for talks on a no-deal Brexit
Sajid Javid will meet key City figures tomorrow in a bid to persuade them that a no-deal Brexit could provide [...]
September 1, 2019
Michel Barnier: Irish backstop is best solution we can offer UK
Michel Barnier: Irish backstop is best solution we can offer UK
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has defended the controversial Irish backstop as the best it could offer the [...]
September 1, 2019
Michael Gove suggests government could ignore rebels' anti-no deal law
Michael Gove suggests government could ignore rebels' anti-no deal law
Cabinet minister Michael Gove has hit back at Tory rebels by suggesting the government could ignore any new law they [...]
September 1, 2019
Central and Victoria Line strikes suspended
Central and Victoria Line strikes suspended
Strike action that was due to take place on the Central and Victoria lines next week has been called off. [...]
August 29, 2019
Heathrow told to keep check on credit rating amid expansion plans
Heathrow told to keep check on credit rating amid expansion plans
Heathrow airport has been warned it may be obliged to maintain an investment grade credit rating to reassure investors of [...]
August 29, 2019