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TALK OF THE TOWN: George Osborne reveals his engagement to pregnant partner Thea Rogers three days after what would have been 23rd wedding anniversary with ex-wife Frances

If it wasn’t painful enough for Frances Osborne to read my revelation last week that her ex-husband George and his expectant partner Thea Rogers were happily engaged, I now learn that last Sunday would have been the former couple’s 23rd wedding anniversary. The ex-Chancellor formally announced his engagement in The...
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George Osborne to marry his former adviser

George Osborne has announced he is to marry his former adviser. The former chancellor, 49, revealed his engagement to Deliveroo executive Thea Rogers, 39, in The Times, placing an advert in the "Forthcoming Marriages" section of the newspaper. It read: "Miss T. Rogers and Mr G. Osborne. The engagement is...
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Ex-chancellor George Osborne slams Rishi Sunak's Budget decision to hike corporation tax as he warns it will have 'consequences' and risks sending a message the UK is not 'pro-business'

George Osborne today criticised Rishi Sunak over his decision to hike corporation tax as the former chancellor warned the move will have 'consequences'. Mr Osborne, who steadily cut the business tax rate when he was in Number 11 Downing Street, said increasing the levy risks sending a message that the UK is not 'pro-business'.
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Ex-private schoolboy who met Boris Johnson, George Osborne and David Cameron stabbed to death on trip to Waitrose to buy orange juice after being chased by gang as mother pays tribute to 'beloved' son

A former private schoolboy who met Prime Minister Boris Johnson, George Osborne and David Cameron as a child was chased by a gang and stabbed to death on his way home from buying orange juice in Waitrose, it was revealed today. Sven Badzak, 22, was hunted down and brutally attacked...
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Sir Simon Robey: the accidental banker adding George Osborne to the fold

Sir Simon Robey had his career planned out. He wanted to become a professional opera singer and his dream was to sing on stage at the Royal Opera House, but he accidentally stumbled into investment banking. It’s a decision he occasionally regrets while singing in the shower in the morning....
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George Osborne poised to make millions at Robey Warshaw, the secretive bank in London’s Mayfair

According to accounts filed at Companies House, Robey Warshaw’s three partners have pulled in £187.4m between them in net profits over the past five years. Most people will have never heard of Robey Warshaw before it was revealed late last night that George Osborne, the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, was joining the press-shy boutique bank as a partner and stepping down as editor-in-chief of the Evening Standard.
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Former chancellor George Osborne to become full-time banker

George Osborne, the former chancellor who orchestrated the austerity drive after the financial crisis, is dropping his portfolio career to become a full-time banker. Osborne announced on Monday that he is giving up nearly all his current jobs to become a partner at the investment bank Robey Warshaw. The former Conservative MP is currently editor-in-chief of the Evening Standard and the chair of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership. He is also paid £650,000 a year for working one day a week as an adviser to the fund manager Black Rock.
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George Osborne to relinquish media and investment jobs to become full-time banker

George Osborne is set to leave his roles at the Evening Standard newspaper and Blackrock investments to become a full time banker.The former chancellor will join investment bank Robey Warshaw in April, the firm has announced.Mr Osborne worked first as editor and then editor-in-chief of the Standard, the sister publication of The Independent, alongside a role as an adviser to investment management group Blackrock.He is now set to leave both jobs in March to focus on mergers and acquisitions for Robey Warshaw.Mr Osborne became editor of the Evening Standard  in 2017, while still sitting as a backbench MP. Before that,...
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George Osborne to join Robey Warshaw

George Osborne is becoming a full-time banker at Robey Warshaw, the merger house behind some of Britain's biggest corporate takeovers. The former chancellor's move, first reported by the Financial Times, means he will give up his roles at BlackRock and the Evening Standard. Mr Osborne's appointment marks the first time...