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What the papers sayBack

The Financial Times

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Germany lands early blow against Britain’s hopes for EU treaty change

David Cameron’s hopes for an overhaul of Britain’s relationship with the EU suffered an early setback yesterday when Germany said the UK’s partners would not be rushed into changing the bloc’s treaties to meet its reform demands.

Tories put focus on families and apprentices to boost jobs

The Conservative’s decision to make free childcare and apprenticeships a priority in this parliament reflects their determination to push Britain’s employment rate to fresh highs. The Tories want to create another 2m jobs by 2020, which would push the employment rate from a record 73.4 per cent to 76.6 per cent, the highest in the G7 group of rich countries.

Call to use childcare reforms to help get women on boards

The new Conservative administration should undertake deep-seated reform of the childcare system to address the gender imbalance among corporate executives, according to Lord Davies, head of a government-sponsored task force.

The Times

Cameron brings rebels into the fold as Boris keeps his options open

David Cameron floated the option of making Boris Johnson culture secretary in discussions before his cabinet reshuffle as he tried to lock the London mayor into a government role.

Driverless cars run into trouble

Silicon Valley’s biggest brains promise that driverless cars will usher in a new era of super-safe travel, but the road ahead may not be quite as smooth as they hope. New accident reports suggest that the prototypes could be more prone to prangs than traditional cars.

The Independent


Growth picks up oil boosts industrial output

The economy picked up slightly in the three months to April, according to the latest projection from the National Institute for Economic and Social Research (Niesr), lifting hopes that the slowdown in the first quarter was merely a blip.

An Arctic dream or an environmental nightmare?

Shell is a step closer to achieving its long-held dream of conquering the Arctic, after receiving one of the key permits it needs to drill for oil in Alaska. The US government has conditionally approved an application by Shell to drill in the Arctic Ocean off Alaska this summer, pending approval from state and federal agencies.


Daily Mail

PM targets benefit tourists

David Cameron will demand sweeping changes to EU benefit rules – including a ban on migrants claiming any handouts for four years – as the price for trying to keep Britain in Europe, Downing Street said last night.

Posted by Lois Hardy on 13/05/2015