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Monday’s NewsBack

The Times

Luxury cars worst for breakdowns


Luxury cars such as Bentley, Jaguar, Porsche and Ferrari are among the least reliable on the road, a report has found. Price or brand image appears to have little bearing on how often cars break down, with many cheaper models less prone to failure.

Researchers found that Bentleys were more likely to break down than any other brand in the study, with average repairs costing £1,356.

Watch out, that car in front may be driverless

Driverless cars could be tested on motorways for the first time as part of a government trial to be announced today.

More than 40 miles of dual carriageways and motorways will be fitted with sensors to track autonomous vehicles and ensure that they interact safely with other cars. The move is part of a £20 million investment to put Britain at the forefront of research into driverless and “connected” vehicles.


The Guardian

Has the Bank of England governor been caught bluffing on interest rates?

It will probably be “no change” at the Bank of England this week, with policymakers expected to keep interest rates at their historic low again. The monetary policy committee meets on Thursday and in all probability will sit on its hands for the 83rd straight month. Most likely the MPC will keep the base rate at 0.5% for the rest of the year.

David Cameron’s hopes of early EU referendum recede after talks with Tusk

David Cameron’s preferred option of an early referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU edged further away after he failed to broker a deal with the president of the European council, Donald Tusk. The two men had hoped to finalise a renegotiation of Britain’s relationship with Brussels over dinner at Downing Street so that it could be put to other EU leaders on Monday ahead of a crucial summit in less than three weeks. An early deal would allow Cameron to call a referendum on the UK’s EU membership before the summer.

Posted by Lois Hardy on 01/02/2016