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FTThe Financial Times

New emissions test still falls short, say critics

A tough new EU emissions test meant to better reflect carmakers performance will do little to bring official results into line with reality, a report has warned.

Manufacturing poised for bleak Autumn

The UK’s manufacturing sector is braced for a bleak autumn, with growth forecasts slashed in response to worldwide economic uncertainty. The EEF manufacturers organisation will today slash its 2015 growth forecast for the sector to 0.7 per cent, in a downbeat quarterly outlook.

Employers say wage rise hurts prospects

Recruiters and small businesses have warned that employers are scaling back hiring plans after the rise in the minimum wage announced in the budget, which is set to affect 6m people/

Tax will raise double the £6bn forecast, say banks

Banks and accountants have claimed that the tax on lenders profits announced by George Osborne in his summer budget will raise more than double the £66bn forecast by the treasury.


The Times

Laser pen halts driverless cars

Self-driving cars can be hacked and bought to standstill using a laser pointer kit that costs less than £40, a security researcher has claimed.

A safer ride in fortress on four wheels

A 4×4 mobile fortress capable of withstanding grenade assaults and gunfire has come onto the market. Manufacturers of the £360,000 Range Rover Sentinel say that the luxury armoured vehicle delivers all the comfort of a standard SUV.


The Daily Telegraph

Martell’s charger ready to energise electric car market

Motorists growing desire to escape rising taxes on conventional cars and embrace the advantages of electrically powered vehicles could result in serial entrepreneur David Martell growing another ground-breaking business. His chargemaster group has developed a small and lightweight high-speed charging point for electronically powered cars.

Jaguar Land Rover starts its own academy to cut skills deficit

Jaguar Land Rover is to create its own higher education academy to help combat the shortage of engineers in the UK. The midlands based car maker is to partner up with the university of Warwick to accredit its training, including all that undertaken by its 36,000 employees.

Warning as majority now using satnavs

Road safety campaigners have warned about the dangers of overreliance on satellite navigation technology after the number of drivers using the devices overtook those who do not for the first time. 7 per cent of drivers have had a near miss because they were distracted by a sat nav, research by road safety charity Brake has found.


The Daily Mail

Potholed roads drive us crazy

Half of Britain’s motorists think the state of the nation’s pothole-blighted local roads is getting worse, a report reveals today. It is the number one gripe among Britains33 million drivers, according to the RAC’s 2015 report on motoring.



Posted by Sue Robinson on 11/09/2015