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What the Papers SayBack

The Financial Times

Freelancer tax affairs face tougher scrutiny


Companies using this type of worker may be forced to help fight avoidance

Companies that use freelancers would be required to police their tax affairs, under proposals to reform a system that is failing to halt the avoidance of hundreds of millions of pounds a year.

Parties to join forces to lay foundation for campaign to stay in EU

Three figures from the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties are working together to set up the foundations of Britain’s Yes campaign to stay in the EU.

Warning of oil price fall as Iran sanctions lifted

The lifting of sanctions against Iran is likely to prompt a rise in its oil output and heap pressure on the finances of other hydrocarbons exporters.

Mitsubishi leads corporate apologies to PoWs

Decades of lobbying by former US prisoners forced to work has led to recognition of abuse

Companies and Markets

European court to rule on Uber’s business line

The European Court of Justice has been called on to decide whether Uber should be considered a transport company or a digital service, in a move that could upend bans on the company across the continent

The Times

Diesel prices at pump fall below petrol

Britain’s ten million drivers of diesel cars have received a boost as prices at some supermarkets have fallen below those for petrol for the first time in almost 15 years

Morrisons, Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s have cut their diesel prices by up to 2p a litre. The cuts come after the AA said that retailers had been “plundering diesel car dirvers to the tune of 4p to 6p a litre” in the past few months.

The Daily Telegraph


Oil drilling decline hits Halliburton hard

Halliburton, the oilfield services provider, has suffered a 93pc fall in profits as oil producers pummelled by a steep decline in oil prices cut drilling activity.


The Daily Mail

Death crossroads where satnav says: Drive straight on

For motorists who let their satnavs dictate their driving, the shattered remains of this car should be a wake-up call.

(Article on the dangers of overreliance on a satnav)


Posted by Lois Hardy on 21/07/2015