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Vauxhall Zafira B: London fire callouts ‘spike’

Callouts to fires involving Vauxhall Zafira B cars have doubled since 2013, London Fire Brigade (LFB) has said.

Figures show a “spike” in reports of the model, which was recently made subject of a recall, catching alight.

Although other cars displayed a “higher consistency” of fires, the brigade said, the upsurge in Zafira-related calls was a “more worrying trend”. Vauxhall said affected cars were made between 2005 and 2007, and faults would have come to light in subsequent years. The brigade found no more than 10 Zafira fires a year between 2009 and 2012, but 24 in 2013 alone.

Isle of Man minimum wage increase approved

Proposals for a increase to the minimum wage for Isle of Man workers aged 21 or above have been approved by the parliament of Tynwald. It will see the minimum wage on the island rise by 35p from £6.65 to £7 on 1 January 2016.

The minimum wage in England rose by 20p to £6.70 in October.


The Financial Times

ECB ready to delve deeper into negative interest rates

The European Central Bank is willing to break an earlier promise and delve deeper into the world of negative interest rates. The uncertainties of this topsy turvy universe are numerous, but economists believe there is plenty of room for the eurozone’s central bankers to cut rates further. A move deeper into negative territory, which would raise the cost imposed on lenders who leave their accounts at the eurozone’s monetary guardian in the black, could come as soon as December 3.

Cameron defeated as Lords vote to extend age limit in EU poll

David Cameron was on Wednesday night defeated in the House of Lords as peers voted 293 to 211 to extend the lower age limit in his planned EU referendum to young people aged 16 and 17. The prime minister vowed to overturn the heavy defeat: he argued repeatedly that the minimum age should be 18, in line with the rules governing general elections.


The Daily Mirror

‘Corsa Cannibals’ move north as Vauxhall cars are targeted by theft-to-order gang

A gang that nicks parts off Vauxhall Corsas has moved north, police have warned. The ‘Corsa ­Cannibals’ have stolen parts from 500 Vauxhalls in Bedfordshire since August 2013. Now bonnets, bumpers, headlights, side panels and other components are going missing in the night from Corsas, especially red sports models, parked on streets and driveways across North Yorkshire and Teesside. Detectives suspect an organised criminal gang targeting specific parts.

Posted by Lois Hardy on 19/11/2015