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The Financial Times

London ‘living wage’ rises to £9.40
The voluntary London “living wage” has risen 25p to £9.40 an hour, well above the new minimum pay rate announced by George Osborne, the chancellor of £7.20 an hour next April.

Osborne to set out proposals for EU settlement

George Osborne, Britain’s chancellor of the exchequer, will today set out for the first time the UK’s demands for EU treaty change to protect its economy, taxpayers and the City of London in a two-speed Europe… In exchange for these protections Mr Osborn will signal that Britain will not stand in the way if the 19-mmeber eurozone decides to press ahead with closer integration.

The Guardian – Manufacturing surprises with fastest growth for 16 months
British manufacturers enjoyed a surprise recovery last month, according to a survey that will raise hopes that the sector is finally shrugging off its recession. Manufacturers notched up the fastest growth in production for 16 months, according to the latest Markit/Cips UK manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PM).

The Daily Telegraph

UK’s record low interest rates should be raised next February, says NIESR

The Bank of England should start to raise interest rates at the beginning of next year to ensure inflation does not overshoot its 2pc target, new analysis shows. The National Institute of Social and Economic Research (NIESR) expects policymakers to lift rates from a record low of 0.5pc in February 2016. This contrasts with market expectations, which as late as last week had not price -in a rate rise until spring 2017 on concerns about China, its impact on global inflation and bets that the US Federal Reserve may not raise rates until next year.

VW shares plunge as diesel emissions scandal spreads to petrol engines

Shares in Volkswagen plunged by 10pc after the German auto giant admitted the diesel emissions scandal had widened to include petrol engines. The shares were the heaviest loser on the German blue-chip DAX 30 index after VW disclosed that an internal investigation had found “inconsistencies” on carbon emissions in cars.

The Times

Higher pay and low inflation send family incomes soaring

Household incomes will climb at their fastest pace since 2001 this year as families enjoy a double boost from low inflation and rising pay, a leading economic body has predicted. The National Institute of Economic and Social Research believes that income per person, after adjusting for inflation and taxes, will increase by 3.2 per cent in 2015, “the largest rate of increase since 2001”.

The Independent

Businesses could replace workers with machines because of higher minimum wage, says CBI boss

The Government’s plan to increase the minimum wage so that it is closer to a living wage is a “gamble”, the director of the Confederation of British Industry has said. John Cridland, the business group’s outgoing director, told the Guardian newspaper the wage increase could lead to the automation of certain jobs.

“The national living wage of £9 an hour is a laudable objective. The increase to £7.20 next April looks OK, but you can’t guarantee what will happen in the next four years. Increasing wages by 5% a year for four years will result in 25% of people being on the national living wage,” he said.

Posted by Leana Kell on 06/11/2015