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FTThe Financial Times

Small business faces hurdles on road to recovery Britain’s nearly 5m small businesses are giving a cheer for the economic recovery but remain worried about a lack of access to credit, a shortage of skilled workers and poor broadband services.

Flexible working rights extended to all employees – The right to request flexible working will be extended to all UK employees from today, which ministers argue will help working families and boost economic growth. All employees who have worked for their employer for 26 weeks or more will have the right to ask if they can ask flexibly.

BMW Mexico plant to tap North American market
BMW will invest $1bn to build a car plant in Mexico as it follows other premium manufacturers in seeking to use the low-cost location to tap growing sales in North America. The site aims to have an annual capacity of 150,000 vehicles, with production due to begin in 2019. It will be built near san Louis Potosi and create 1,500 jobs. The BMW group, which comprises BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce, sold 2m vehicles last year.

Self-driving trucks on mission to revolutionise road haulage
Daimler is piloting new lorries that aim to take the highways.

The Times – Cadillac looks to be the king in Europe General Motors is looking to bring the newest Cadillac models to Europe to compete against the likes of BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Audi in the European executive car market. GM has already approached the sector with the introduction of its Chevrolet brand in Europe, with vehicles competing in Opel and Vauxhall markets.

The Daily Express – White van man peril – white van drivers are more likely to fall asleep at the wheel than other drivers. It also found they are more likely to cause crashes by tailgating, doing a U-turn, reversing or changing lanes. They are also at more risk of becoming distracted. However, they are least likely to crash at roundabouts, in cities and are less likely to drink drive.

Posted by Sue Robinson on 04/07/2014