JP Morgan staff to alternate between office and remote work permanently

LONDON, UK - JANUARY 30, 2016: Logo or sign for JP Morgan Bank on side of office building in Canary Wharf, Docklands, London, England

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JP Morgan staff will alternate between home-work and the office permanently, raising questions for its long term effects on the urban economy. Meanwhile, Dame Elizabeth Gloster publicly criticises the FCA over the London Capital & Finance scandal. 

Kalyeena Makortoff shares details of the London Capital & Finance story. 

Dame Elizabeth Gloster criticises FCA handling of her inquiry into the £237 million investment scandal. 

Consumer campaigner, Mark Taber, continues his probe into the FCA’s complaints scheme. 

JP Morgan says its staff will alternate between working from home and the office. 

Chris Shaw shares his opinion on the matter, highlighting larger economic implications. 

Sabastian Payne, of the FT, tweets a lighter take. 

And finally, the Eat out to Help Out Scheme proves very popular, garnering cross-party support. 

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