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The Financial Times

EU failed to heed emissions warnings in 2013

Automobile_exhaust_gasThe EU’s top environmental official alerted his colleagues that motor manufacturers were gaming European emissions tests more than two years before US authorities uncovered widespread cheating by Volkswagen, according to internal European Commission documents obtained by the Financial Times.

Despite the warning sounded by Janez Potocnik, the then EU environment commissioner, Brussels did not take swift action to crack down on the practice but instead left in place an earlier plan that allowed the emissions loopholes exploited by Volkswagen to remain through to 2017.


Toyota bets the future car will be fuelled by hydrogen

Toyota showed off a special version of its new Mirai saloon this week to celebrate Back to the Future day.

The Japanese carmaker’s take on the time-travelling DeLorean from the popular movie series has the trademark gull-wing doors and the same, bare-metal bodywork seen in the Hollywood film. But Toyota’s car is not fuelled by banana skins. This one runs on hydrogen.


Toyota dethrones Volkswagen as biggest car group by sales

Toyota Motor has regained its crown as the world’s biggest car company by sales, displacing Volkswagen as the embattled German manufacturer grapples with the fallout from its emissions cheating scandal. Volkswagen had overtaken Toyota in global sales for the first half of 2015, threatening to end the Japanese group’s three-year reign as the world’s top-selling carmaker.


The Daily Telegraph

Devolution will not solve business rates burden groups warn Treasury

British business groups are joining forces to issue an unprecedented warning to the Government to not use devolution plans as an excuse to abandon an overhaul of business rates. In March, the Government made a commitment to initiate a radical review of the outdated business rates system. The tax this year brought in £23bn, outstripping council tax as the biggest generator of income for the Treasury.

However, the Chancellor stunned the industry at the start of this month with a surprise announcement that local councils would be handed full control of business rates.

The Independent

David Cameron rejects plans for another EU referendum if public votes to leave

David Cameron has slapped down the plan favoured by Boris Johnson, one of the leading candidates to succeed him as Tory leader, for a second EU referendum in the event of the first one resulting in a vote to leave.

A senior Cameron aide said the PM is “clear that it is simply not going to happen. From the outset, he has been clear this will be a straightforward in-out choice and that’s exactly what it will be. Leave means leave.”

Posted by Lois Hardy on 27/10/2015