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What the Papers SayBack

The Financial Times

Farage rules out Ukip taking charge of official campaign to quit EU


Nigel Farage has said the UK Independence Party will not lead the official campaign for Britain to leave the EU, suggesting it could be led by a business or sports figures

Companies and Markets

Uber to step up gear in $1bn India drive

US ride-hailing-app group targets growth markets and escalates local rivalry

Oil rises after signs of slowing US production

Oil rose about 1 per cent yesterday as traders bet that the worst of the recent rout might be over after data suggested a slowdown in US production

The Times

Taxman takes £730,000 from average family

Families face a bill of more than £730,000 in direct and indirect taxes over their lifetime, research shows.


Shell warns of more pain ahead for trouble-hit North Sea fields

The Daily Telegraph

Lucky escape as Reliant Robin wrecks crossing

A Reliant Robin was reversed through a closed level crossing at midnight, putting lives at risk and causing thousands of pounds in damage.

Drivers warned of delays all weekend as queues hit 18 hours

Drivers heading to the Continent this weekend have been warned to expect long delays as knock-on disruption from the chaos in Calais continues.


UK economy on ‘firm footing’ for expansion, says CBI

UK growth “firmed up” in the three months to July, in a sign that the economy is on course for robust expansion for the rest of the year.

Plunging oil price forces Shell to axe 6,500 jobs

Shell is to cut 6,500 jobs and slash its capital spending this year as it seeks to cope with low oil prices.

The Independent

UK fracking could be delayed for two years after council rejects test drilling

Setback for Government after shale gas company is banned from drilling eight wells on Lancashire coastal plain.

FCA recruits from Bank to fill supervision seat

Megan Butler will replace Tracey MacDermott as director of supervision at the Financial Conduct Authority from September

Intu chief wants an end to Sunday trading laws

The chief executive of Intu, the shopping centre operator behind Lakeside in Essex and Manchester’s Trafford Centre, has said he welcomes the proposed changes to relax Sunday trading laws.

The Daily Mail

Free parking DOES bring in shoppers

Claims by traders that free parking significantly boosts town centre shopping have been backed up by research.

Nearly three quarters of motorists say the charges determine whether they visit a town centre, resort or attraction.

Posted by Lois Hardy on 31/07/2015