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The Financial Times

Yamaha accelerates push to bring self-driving to motorbikes

Yamaha Motor is aiming to bring self-driving technology to motorcycles by tapping into know-how from Silicon Valley, in the midst of its third big attempt to crack the car market. While the race for automated car driving is roaring ahead, the chief executive of the world’s second-largest motorcycle maker thinks it will take at least a decade to bring the same technology to two-wheelers on a commercial basis.

World watches Britain’s ‘living wage’ experiment

Workers on the lowest wages will enjoy pay rises four times stronger than the average employee this year as a result of the national living wage, according to a top think tank. Analysis by the Resolution Foundation has revealed that the introduction of the NLW on Friday will result in  the largest increases in minimum  pay in history, after accounting for rising prices. Those working at the minimum wage will receive a 50p per hour boost to their pay by the end of this week as a result of the new government measure, which requires that employees aged 25 and over be paid at least £7.20 an hour from April 1.


The Daily Telegraph

EU referendum has ‘distracted’ key ministers from the day job, warns Institute for Government

Key ministers have been “distracted” from their Government roles by the EU referendum, a think tank has warned.

The Institute for Government has warned there was a “real danger” that ministers had become “distracted” after the resignation of Iain Duncan Smith, the former Work and Pensions Secretary, against the backdrop of the referendum.

Civil servants have been left issuing hundreds of “priorities” because some ministers are “not really getting to grips” with Government business.


The Daily Mail

Volkswagen recalls e-Golf vehicles for battery fix

Embattled German automaker Volkswagen said Monday it is recalling about 5,200 VW e-Golf vehicles in the United States over a battery problem that can cause their electric engine to stall. Volkswagen Group of America, VW’s US unit, is recalling certain 2015-2016 model years of the e-Golf. The company said “oversensitive diagnostics” in the high-voltage battery management system may inadvertently classify an electric surge as a critical battery condition.

Posted by Lois Hardy on 29/03/2016