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Top bosses rush to back Remain ahead of EU vote brexit image 7

Top bosses from Sir Richard Branson to the chair of the football’s Premier League have backed the campaign to stay in the EU ahead ofThursday’s vote. Support for a Remain vote in Thursday’s referendum also came from car industry trade body The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders’ (SMMT), which warned leaving would increase costs and threaten jobs. “Remaining will allow the UK to retain the influence on which the unique and successful UK automotive sector depends,” said chief executive Mike Hawes. Directors at Toyota UK, Vauxhall, Jaguar Land Rover and BMW, as well as from component makers GKN and Magal Engineering, also voiced their support.


The Financial Times


Volvo and Geely aim to deepen ties

Volvo Cars and its Chinese owner Geely are looking to deepen co-operation as each prepares to launch their first small cars based on a common platform. Driverless technologies, connectivity, engines and gearboxes are some of the areas the two companies want to explore, senior managers from both companies said.


 The Guardian  


European commission warned of car emissions test cheating, five years before VW scandal car emission image 2

The European commission was warned by its own experts that a car maker was suspected of cheating emissions tests five years before the VW emissions scandal. A documents cache seen by the Guardian show that the commission’s in-house science service told it in 2010 that tests had uncovered what researchers suspected to be a “defeat device” that could cheat emissions tests. VW was caught by US authorities last year using defeat device software that detected if a car was being driven under lab test conditions, and adjusted itself to reduce emissions of harmful nitrogen oxide (NOx) pollution. Under real world conditions, the 11m VW cars affected had higher NOx emissions.


Posted by Paul Carpenter on 20/06/2016