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EXCLUSIVE: Oil analyst Barney Gray discusses the latest from Tower, Coro, Colter, Reabold & United
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Monday newspaper round-up: Brexit, jobs, Flybmi, trains

(Sharecast News) - Theresa May is braced for "howls of rage" as ministers finalise tariffs that would apply if there is no Brexit deal. Liam Fox, the international trade secretary, wants a move to zero tariffs in as many areas as possible, but other ministers are demanding protection for producers, including farmers, who would struggle to compete with cheaper imports from outside the EU. - The Times
[18 Feb '19 07:13]

Friday newspaper round-up: Backstop, Plus500, Interserve, Amazon UK

(Sharecast News) - Britain will soften its demand that the EU reopen the Brexit withdrawal agreement to solve the Irish backstop issue. The Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay suggested to the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier during talks this week that the government could accept legal guarantees that fell short of renegotiating the draft withdrawal treaty. - The Times
[15 Feb '19 07:25]

Thursday newspaper round-up: Nissan, Airbus, Utilitywise, Apple

(Sharecast News) - Labour has accused the business secretary, Greg Clark, of misleading MPs by failing to tell parliament that a 61m package of state aid had been granted to Nissan, despite assuring the Commons that he would do so. Rebecca Long-Bailey, the shadow business secretary, said that as a result the cabinet minister had "dodged scrutiny" over the promises he had made to Nissan in October 2016 to boost manufacturing in Sunderland after Brexit. - Guardian
[14 Feb '19 07:48]

Wednesday newspaper round-up: Brexit, Ford, Facebook, Interserve, whisky

(Sharecast News) - Business leaders have demanded the prime minister answer 20 crucial questions before the 29 March deadline to prevent a chaotic no-deal Brexit. The British Chamber of Commerce (BCC), the UK business trade body, said that without greater clarity over import and export duties, border controls and customs procedures, Theresa May risked thousands of companies suffering a potentially catastrophic shock when the UK quits the European Union. - Guardian
[13 Feb '19 07:19]

Tuesday newspaper round-up: Facebook, Revolut, IAG

(Sharecast News) - The gathering storm of human-caused threats to climate, nature and economy pose a danger of systemic collapse comparable to the 2008 financial crisis, according to a new report that calls for urgent and radical reform to protect political and social systems. The study says the combination of global warming, soil infertility, pollinator loss, chemical leaching and ocean acidification is creating a "new domain of risk", which is hugely underestimated by policymakers even though it may pose the greatest threat in human history. - Guardian
[12 Feb '19 07:28]

Monday newspaper round-up: Brexit, spending review, Sports Direct, Imperial Brands

(Sharecast News) - Drug companies would delay applying for UK licences to sell expensive, groundbreaking medicines if Britain leaves the EU without a deal, ministers have suggested. The claim, made in a Whitehall impact assessment signed off by ministers in the department of health, represents the first time the government has admitted that access to new drugs could be delayed under no-deal. - The Times
[11 Feb '19 06:57]

Sunday newspaper round-up: Brexit, Barclays, Ocado, Imperial Brands

(Sharecast News) - The government has sought to buy Theresa May more time to put together a workable Brexit deal by promising MPs another say by the end of the month, as business leaders said the process was now in the "emergency zone". The communities secretary, James Brokenshire, said that if no finalised deal were put to the Commons by 27 February, MPs would again be given an amendable motion to consider. - Observer
[10 Feb '19 16:46]

Friday newspaper round-up: 'Project After', Brexit, housing, Mitie

(Sharecast News) - Britain will cut taxes and slash tariffs under secret plans drawn up by officials to kick-start the economy in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Sir Mark Sedwill, the Cabinet Secretary, has led a cross-departmental team examining the "economic levers" that can be used to make Britain more competitive. - Telegraph
[8 Feb '19 07:27]

Thursday newspaper round-up: Housebuilding, water bills, RBS, Interserve

(Sharecast News) - Housebuilding declined sharply in London and the Midlands last year as political and economic uncertainty around the shape of Brexit hit the housing market, according to industry figures. The number of new homes in London registered by housebuilders with the National House Building Council (NHBC) in 2018 fell 10% from the previous year to 16,069, the biggest annual drop since 2016. In the east Midlands and West Midlands, registrations were also down 10%, to 13,447 and 13,087 respectively following two strong years. - Guardian
[7 Feb '19 07:30]

Wednesday newspaper round-up: Ladbrokes, Interserve, Snapchat, Apple

(Sharecast News) - Bookmaker Ladbrokes Coral is telling shop staff to sign up as many gamblers as possible to online accounts if they want to avoid being among 5,000 employees it plans to make redundant, the Guardian has learned. According to letters circulated among employees - and seen by the Guardian - the bookmaker will close up to 1,000 of its 3,500 shops over the next 18 to 24 months, blaming imminent curbs on 100-per-spin fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs). - Guardian
[6 Feb '19 07:43]



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