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FTThe Financial Times

Ministers will detail further cuts to welfare bill in Budget – The chancellor and welfare secretary have insisted they will push ahead with plans to cut a further £12bn a year from the welfare bill.

SME growth back at pre-crash levels – The mood of entrepreneurs and small businesses has picked up in the second quarter since the elections, with revenues, profits, staffing and wages rising.

Print runner: 3D Supercar set to break the mould – A San Francisco start-up has become the latest challenger to the car industry’s traditional approach to manufacturing, with a “supercar” that relies on 3D printing for its central structural components.

Divergent Microfactories showed off a prototype yesterday of a high-performance, lightweight car designed to be built in small volumes in low-cost factories around the world.

Carmakers launch vehicle-sharing drives- Schemes from Ford, GM and BMW will let buyers earn money from renting

Three of the world’s biggest carmakers have jumped into peer-to-peer vehicle sharing, as the automobile industry scrambles to stay relevant in the age of Uber and BlaBlaCar.

Alfa Romeo gears up to inject a dash of Ferrari – Engines from supercar maker could help owner Fiat Chrysler take on the German marques

After weeks of manoeuvring over a blockbuster deal with General Motors, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles returned to its other obsession yesterday: the art of making beautiful cars in Italy.

The Times

Middle-lane hog fined – A motorist was convicted of “hogging” the middle lane of a motorway.

Thousands of drivers face losing their license in dementia review – Tens of thousands of drivers with dementia are still on the road despite posing a risk to the safety of others because of flaws in the licensing system, a senior doctor has claimed.

£7m Jaguar races into record book – A Jaguar raced at Le Mans could be sold for about £7 million this summer, making it the most expensive British car ever sold.

The Daily Telegraph

Get more mothers into work, orders EU – Britain has too many stay-at-home mothers and must do more to get them into work, the European Union has said.

Call for reversing alarms after delivery van kills bellringer – Delivery vans should be fitted with reversing warning systems, a coroner has demanded, following the death of a retired languages teacher.

Business – Wages to rise sharply, says Bank deputy governor – Wage growth should accelerate over the coming months as business investment increases and productivity takes off, Sir Jon Cunliffe, deputy Governor of the Bank of England, has predicted.

The Daily Mail

Drivers ‘baffled by no-claims discounts’ – Millions of drivers are paying for no-claims protection on their car insurance in the mistaken belief it will stop their premiums rising, it is claimed.

Steer clear! 4 in 10 vow never to return to same used car dealer – Four in ten motorists have such a bad experience buying a used car they would never use the same dealer again, a survey reveals today.

Many vowed not to return after feeling they were ripped off with a duff model or given terrible customer service.

Business

Demand from home drives car sales – A surge in domestic demand for British-made cars made up for a stagnant export market last month.

While the number of vehicles made for export dipped by 0.2 per cent in May, production for the home forecourt soared by 13.3 per cent, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. Overall, 119,338 cars were produced in Britain last month, a 2.3 per cent rise on May 2014.

The Daily Mirror

Old taking hit on car cover – Young drivers are seeing car insurance get cheaper at the expense of older motorists, a study claims.

 

 

Posted by Sue Robinson on 26/06/2015