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What the papers sayBack


The Financial Times

Most Tory activists want to quit EU, says poll
The growing shift towards euroscepticism among Conservatives was underlined yesterday by a poll that showed more than half of party activists want to leave the EU.

Redouble efforts on targets for women, Cable tells companies
Leading companies risk failing to hit a voluntary target for increasing the number of women on boards and must redouble their efforts this year or face legislation from Brussels, Vince Cable has warned.

Exxon ready to seek out acquisitions as cheaper oil depresses asset prices

ExxonMobil as set itself apart from many rivals by saying it is considering acquisitions, despite reporting a 21 per cent drop in earnings in the fourth quarter as a result of falling crude oil prices.

Nine US oil refineries hit by walkout
Workers have downed tools at nine US oil refineries, together accounting for 10 per cent of domestic capacity, in a dispute about pay and conditions.

Shell starts 10-year shutdown of Brent oilfield
Royal Dutch Shell will today set out ambitious plans to decommission the North Sea’s Brent oilfield – one of the UK’s biggest – in a multibillion-dollar project over the next 10 years that could be followed by other closures after the plunge in oil prices.


The Times

Labour set to lose 30 seats in Scotland
Scottish nationalists are on course to take as many as 30 seats from Labour at the general election, according to a new poll that shows the scale of the challenge Ed Miliband faces to win the keys to No 10. The appointment of Jim Murphy as Scottish Labour leade4r has failed to arrest declining support for the party north of the border, with the SNP opening up a 21-point lead, The Times/You-Gov poll shows.

Tories unveil ‘veto; for MPs to curb Scottish influence
David Cameron will campaign on a pledge to curb Scottish MP’s influence over English-only matters including tax and welfare levels, the Conservatives will confirm today.

Sexist showrooms put women off car buying
Buying a car is intimidating and sexist because showrooms are “misogynistic” environments “stuck in the dark ages”, according to a survey. Women complained that salesmen addressed only the man when trying to sell a car to a couple, the survey by Good Housekeeping magazine found.


The Guardian

NI minister backs plain cigarette packaging plan
Northern Ireland’s health minister has backed plans to introduce standardised cigarette packaging. Jim Wells said the region would be included in the UK government’s proposals for plain tobacco product packets, which is due to be voted on by MPs in Westminster before the general election.

Cheaper oil helps boost manufacturing growth
Britain’s manufacturers enjoyed faster growth in January as the fall in oil prices eased costs and some recorded a pick-up in demand from the struggling eurozone according to a closely watched survey.


The Daily Telegraph

Ministers go further to stop companies squeezing the life out of small suppliers

The Government is to take further steps to stop big companies “squeezing the life” out of small suppliers. The Daily Telegraph reports that the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills wants to change the law to allow trade bodies to challenge unfair payment terms and practices. A consultation is to be launched which ministers see as the next step in combating large companies who abuse smaller suppliers this way.

The Sun

Suzuki brake fail

Suzuki has suspended sales of its new Celerio supermini and advised owners not to drive them follow brake failures. The issue was raised after two magazines test drove the car and discovered the problem. During an 80mph emergency stop, the brake pedals stuck and failed. Suzuki GB is investigating.


The Mirror

‘Sexist’ dealership snub

Sexist car salesmen are driving away women’s business by ignoring them, a Good Housekeeping poll has found. Seven out of ten women say showroom staff prefer to chat to their male partner, even though the decision to buy is joint with only five per cent leaving it to the man. Half of women found car salesmen patronising, and a quarter rude.


Posted by Lois Hardy on 03/02/2015