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NewspaperUpdate5The Financial Times

FCA knocked by 80% surge in contested cases

The number of enforcement cases that are challenged has increased by 80% in one year, mainly due to consumer-credit and benchmark-manipulation. Figures revealed that 38 cases were referred for scrutiny in 2015, compared with 21 in 2014. This increase coincides with the FCA inheriting oversight of 30,000 consumer-credit companies in 2014.

Mitsubishi Motors admits falsifying test results

Mitsubishi Motors has admitted it altered testing data to show better fuel consumption rates for four of its mini-car models sold in Japan.  Vehicles involved in the scandal amount to about 625,000 vehicles including ek Wagon, eK Space, Dayz and Dayz Roox.  Shares in Mitsubishi Motors experienced the worst decrease in more than a decade on Wednesday, dropping 15 per cent.

Majority of UK motorists think driverless cars are unsafe

The majority of UK drivers believe driverless cars are unsafe, according to a new survey which shows the gulf in public confidence that carmakers have to bridge. The motor industry has invested heavily in driverless technology in a bid to produce fully autonomous cars by the end of the decade. A survey from What Car? said more than half of consumers feel either “unsafe” or “very unsafe” travelling in a

fully autonomous vehicle. Some 45 per cent of the 4,000 people surveyed said they found “the idea of a car that is capable of taking over the entire driving process very unappealing”.

The Times

Parking on pavements may be outlawed across the country

Government is planning to outlaw parking on pavements across the all country in order to encourage people to walk and cycle and make roads safer. The ban has already existed in London for the past 40 years. Motoring organisations expressed their concern saying that “authorities are neither looking at the consequences nor studying alternatives”.

The Guardian

Thousands of diesel cars are run without pollution filters

According to Government figures 1,188 diesel cars have been found without an essential pollution filter that traps deadly particles. Ministers are now under pressure to set up roadside checks. £15bn seem to be spent every year on healthcare to treat people made ill by diesel particulates.

Posted by Sue Robinson on 22/04/2016