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Monday News Round UpBack

Calls for ministers to follow Cameron on tax returns

Pressure is growing on cabinet ministers and senior figures from all parties to publish their tax returns.

George Osborne is the latest politician to say he is considering following David Cameron’s lead in releasing details of his income and all tax paid. Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn and Lib Dem Tim Farron are both expected to do so but Nigel Farage says he won’t follow suit.


EU referendum: £9m leaflets ‘should reflect both sides

Former defence secretary Liam Fox has written to David Cameron demanding both sides of the EU referendum debate be reflected in the government’s controversial £9.3m campaign leaflets. Mr Fox urged the PM to “correct the imbalance” to include EU Out campaigners’ views. Meanwhile Conservative backbenchers plan to use a vote on the Budget to challenge the leaflet expenditure. The PM says voters should know the government’s case for EU membership.


The Times

‘Unfair’ mark-ups are adding £5 to every tank of diesel

Motorists driving diesel cars are being fleeced by about £5 every time they fill up because pump prices have been kept artificially high, it is claimed. Figures from the campaign group FairFuel UK suggest that an average of 9p a litre has been added to the price of diesel over the past month. The mark-up on diesel is almost twice as high as the premium on petrol, the group claimed, despite the wholesale price of diesel being about 4p a litre lower than the cost of petrol.

Traffic lights get smart to cut M25 jams

A new generation of “smart” junctions will be introduced on Britain’s busiest motorway as part of a wide-ranging plan to cut congestion. Traffic lights controlling access to the M25 will be upgraded to regulate vehicle flows and prevent London’s orbital motorway grinding to a standstill at peak times. For the first time, signals will be linked to those from the local road network that feeds cars and lorries on to the 117-mile motorway, allowing them to respond better to traffic build-ups.


The Daily Telegraph

Jaguar Land Rover to recall over 36,0000 vehicles in China

The Tata Group-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has announced plans to recall 36,415 faulty automobiles in China from July 1 this year. According to a company statement released in Beijing and Shanghai, the Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Trading (Shanghai) Co. will recall Jaguar XJ and XF models produced between March 29, 2012, and October 6, 2015.

Posted by Lois Hardy on 11/04/2016