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Banking and Finance
ATM rates row goes to appeal court  Daily Telegraph :  Rhiannon Curry 
Carillion fiasco shows why auditors must be accountable to parliament  Guardian :  Richard Brooks 
The ‘big four’ auditors have life far too easy  Financial Times :  Jonathan Ford 
City risks backlash with plea for visa waiver for bankers after Brexit  Daily Telegraph :  Iain Withers 
Banks and tech groups urged to join forces to deal with IT risk  Financial Times :  Caroline Binham 
Bundaberg mayor turns against high cost of cashless welfare trial  Guardian :  Ben Smee 
Central Bank not fit to handle insurance database, say critics  Times :  Peter O’Dwyer 
Banks Adopt Military-Style Tactics to Fight Cybercrime  New York Times :  Stacy Cowley 
Cybercrime victims forced to use private investigators  Times :  Daniel Sanderson 
That Facebook picture of your child’s birthday is a gift for online fraudsters  Times :  Greg Hurst 
‘Thousands’ of households underinsured  Times :  Paul O’Donoghue 
Investment banks line up rebound in revenues  Financial Times :  Laura Noonan 
UAE to Loosen Visa Rules for Investors and Innovators  New York Times :  Associated Press 
Mifid reforms spur companies seeking investors to bypass brokers  Financial Times :  Hannah Murphy 
Law to crack down on financial misinformation  Times :  Peter O’Dwyer 
UK interest rate setter doubts mortgage borrowers’ ‘psychology’  Financial Times :  Delphine Strauss 
Britain will face crisis in recruitment, warn City UK and EEF  Times :  Tabby Kinder 
The Week Ahead: South African Reserve Bank  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Ant Financial $10bn fundraising over-subscribed  Financial Times :  Henny Sender 
China investment cuts tobacco giant’s cigarette dependence  Daily Telegraph :  Bradley Gerrard 
Deloitte in line of fire over caravan park failure  Times :  Tabby Kinder 
European private equity groups rack up $8bn in funds  Financial Times :  Javier Espinoza 
Deutsche Bank’s Problems Threaten a Star Banker  New York Times :  Jack Ewing 
Hong Kong Stock Exchange: securing a future as rivals grow  Financial Times :  Henny Sender 
Jaeger set to walk into court fight  Times :  Tabatha Kinder 
LMAX Exchange seeks to win big from trading cryptocurrencies  Financial Times :  Philip Stafford 
Macquarie Bank withheld $875,000 from couple in loan dispute  Guardian :  Christopher Knaus 
RBS considers restarting dividends on scale that will rival Lloyds  Times :  Katherine Griffiths 
Renova says it has cleared western debts ahead of US sanctions  Financial Times :  Max Seddon 
TSB customers still unable to access accounts four weeks after 'glitch'  Guardian :  Miles Brignall 

US Banking and Finance
Lessons from the hated and confusing bull market  Financial Times :  Miles Johnson 
This is exactly the wrong time to roll back financial reform  Financial Times :  Rana Foroohar 
Reputation of hedge funds is hacked back hard  Financial Times :  Chris Flood 
US states move to close carried interest loophole  Financial Times :  Mark Vandevelde 
Goldman and Citi united at either end of leadership conundrum  Financial Times :  Patrick Jenkins 

Basic Materials
Australia divided over ‘Brazilian-scale’ land clearance  Financial Times :  Jamie Smyth 
Coalition MPs introduce bill for ban on live exports, saying industry is not viable  Guardian :  Paul Karp 
Boom in wild boar sets farmers and hunters against each other  Times :  Charles Bremner 
Cracks form on the road to coalition  Times :  Tom Kington 
Eels Break Records in Maine, Where They Sell for Big Money  New York Times :  Associated Press 
The EU must defy Donald Trump’s tariffs  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
No sovereign risk to revoking Adani approval, Saul Eslake says  Guardian :  Lisa Cox 
Sirius sees fertile site at steelworks  Times :  Robin Pagnamenta 
Steel group Stemcor returns to profit and pays debt  Financial Times :  Michael Pooler 
Glencore has huge stake when Congo goes to polls  Times :  Robin Pagnamenta 
Legal battle casts another shadow  Times :  Robin Pagnamenta 

Consumer Goods
China investment cuts tobacco giant’s cigarette dependence  Daily Telegraph :  Bradley Gerrard 
Hot Wheels Hits the Road to Reach Its Fans  New York Times :  Gregory Schmidt 
Jaeger set to walk into court fight  Times :  Tabatha Kinder 
Paisley is in tune with Wallace’s ambitions  Times :  Greig Cameron 
The week ahead in business and finance  Daily Telegraph :  Tom Rees 
Britain’s flat beer market struggles to revive  Financial Times :  Kate Burgess 
Kirkcaldy steps up as linoleum flooring makes a comeback  Times :  Maurice Smith 
Use mealtimes to combat obesity, schools urged  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
Secret post-Brexit trade deal ‘could threaten Scotch whisky’  Scotsman :  Amy Watson 

Economy
Britain will face crisis in recruitment, warn City UK and EEF  Times :  Tabby Kinder 
UK interest rate setter doubts mortgage borrowers’ ‘psychology’  Financial Times :  Delphine Strauss 
How to attract the next wave of foreign talent  Times :  Miles Celic 
The confusing signal from the UK labour market  Financial Times :  Gavin Jackson 
Spendthrift 30-somethings ‘a drag on economy’  Daily Telegraph :  Tom Rees 
UK high street braces for more store closures  Financial Times :  Nic Fildes 
The Week Ahead: UK CPI  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Midlands boom drives house prices  Times :  Tom Knowles 
South East asking prices post first annual fall since 2011: Rightmove  Financial Times :  Alice Woodhouse 
Dirty Russian cash ‘puts UK at risk’  Times :  Catherine Philp 
May must tackle ‘corrupt’ Russian money in UK, say MPs  Independent :  Kim Sengupta 
Allocating taxes to specific budgets is a bad idea in thought and execution  Times :  Mark Littlewood 
For the UK to survive, it needs to be less London-centric  Financial Times :  Ruth Davidson 
Plan for exports ‘not ambitious enough’  Times :  Sam Coates 
Tax break for companies stalls amid ‘administrative oversight’  Times :  Carol Lewis 
Nicola Sturgeon: Independence debate to restart this week  Scotsman :  Paris Gourtsoyannis 
Nicola Sturgeon says she will ‘restart’ debate on Scottish independence in coming weeks  Independent :  Ashley Cowburn 
Sturgeon pledges to restart debate on independence  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
Baby Steps to Brexit  Times :  General editorial piece 
Fewer Northern Irish would opt for Brexit in new poll, study finds  Times :  Michael McHugh 
It’s said Brexit is ‘not going to plan’. Did we ever have a plan?  Guardian :  William Keegan 
UK ministers in Northern Ireland to discuss ‘max fac’ Brexit deal  Times :  Michael McHugh 
Voters worry Brexit vote is putting Union in peril  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
John McDonnell: I’d overthrow capitalism  Times :  Sam Coates 
Mid-sized setback for UK companies  Times :  Callum Jones 
Ruth Davidson: UK must become less London-centric to save Union  Scotsman :  Catriona Webster 
A Booming Economy With a Tragic Price  New York Times :  Jacqueline Williams 
ACTU report shows half Australian workers will soon be casual  Guardian :  Associated Press 
Crossbench support for tax on digital giants may pave the way for company tax cuts  Guardian :  Paul Karp 
Greens rule out supporting tax cuts of either major party  Guardian :  Amy Remeikis 
Beijing agrees to import more American goods as tensions ease  Scotsman :  Angus Howarth 
Chinese crunch on foreign deals threatens premium asset prices  Financial Times :  Attracta Mooney 
U.S. Suspends Tariffs on China, Stoking Fears of a Loss of Leverage  New York Times :  Ana Swanson 
Japan exports improve in April but miss expectations  Financial Times :  Hudson Lockett 
Japan to push for visa exemption in post Brexit trade deal  Financial Times :  Robin Harding 
Central Bank not fit to handle insurance database, say critics  Times :  Peter O’Dwyer 
France and Germany to press ahead with eurozone reform  Financial Times :  Jim Brunsden 
Information wars: How Europe became the world’s data police  Financial Times :  Sarah Gordon 
The EU must defy Donald Trump’s tariffs  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Cracks form on the road to coalition  Times :  Tom Kington 
French finance minister fires EU budget warning to Italian populists  Financial Times :  James Politi 
Italy’s policies make sense, it’s eurozone rules that are absurd  Guardian :  Larry Elliott 
Brexiteers are treating Ireland with contempt  Times :  Alex Massie 
The Week Ahead: Merkel visits China  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
US states move to close carried interest loophole  Financial Times :  Mark Vandevelde 
Trade war ‘on hold’ as China agrees talks  Times :  Richard Lloyd Parry 
US and China put trade war 'on hold'  Guardian :  Graeme Wearden 
US-China trade war ‘on hold’ as America backs off on tariffs  Independent :  Jeremy B White 
US detente with China postpones trade war but angers hardliners  Financial Times :  Shawn Donnan 
Consequences of the Great Fiscal Divergence  Financial Times :  Gavyn Davies 
Five things to look out for which will indicate the strength – or imminent downturn – of the US economic boom  Independent :  Hamish McRae 
Tourists return to Egypt as prices fall and security improves  Financial Times :  Heba Saleh 
Dollar cycle not the only driver of emerging market returns  Financial Times :  Bhanu Baweja 
Thailand economy grows at fastest pace in five years in Q1  Financial Times :  Alice Woodhouse 
UAE to Loosen Visa Rules for Investors and Innovators  New York Times :  Associated Press 
The Week Ahead: South African Reserve Bank  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Dollar climbs as Japan’s yen weakens past ¥111 mark  Financial Times :  Hudson Lockett 
The paradox of a rising US dollar and fears of erratic American policy  Times :  Oliver Kamm 
Nicola Sturgeon pledges to 'restart' independence drive with SNP report that could ditch the pound  Daily Telegraph :  Simon Johnson 
Scottish independence: New Scots currency plan if Yes wins new vote  Scotsman :  Gary Carter 
Rotten Roubles  Times :  General editorial piece 
Hotels to sleep easier as oil steadies  Times :  Greig Cameron 
Oil market bulls walk fine line as $80 crude hits demand  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Oil price keeps rising – will it come back to earth with a bump?  Guardian :  General editorial piece 
Banks and tech groups urged to join forces to deal with IT risk  Financial Times :  Caroline Binham 
Law to crack down on financial misinformation  Times :  Peter O’Dwyer 
Mifid reforms spur companies seeking investors to bypass brokers  Financial Times :  Hannah Murphy 
This is exactly the wrong time to roll back financial reform  Financial Times :  Rana Foroohar 
Global dividends grow on back of US corporate strength  Financial Times :  Hannah Murphy 
Corruption solutions start on the home front  Guardian :  General editorial piece 
Asia stocks gain as US and China pull back from trade war  Financial Times :  Hudson Lockett 
Fast Asia Open: Thailand GDP, Japan trade data  Financial Times :  Hudson Lockett 
Sizzling China A-share become hot area for innovation  Financial Times :  Chris Flood 
Brussels to unveil ‘safe-asset’ plan for pooled bonds  Financial Times :  Mehreen Khan 
Short-term US bond yield surpasses longer-dated peers  Financial Times :  Michael Mackenzie 

Environment
Australia divided over ‘Brazilian-scale’ land clearance  Financial Times :  Jamie Smyth 
Deep in cattle country, graziers go against the flow to help the Great Barrier Reef  Guardian :  Ben Smee 
Fracking protests face injunction  Times :  Ben Webster 
Hedgehog hotels and bird-friendly bricks: the new homes that are helping creatures to flourish  Daily Telegraph :  Nicola Venning 
No sovereign risk to revoking Adani approval, Saul Eslake says  Guardian :  Lisa Cox 
UN urges UK to deliver green Brexit amid fears environmental protections will be abandoned  Independent :  Mattha Busby 
Xi’s green comments spark environmental stock rally  Financial Times :  Edward White 
Classic car owners warned they risk fines as thousands no longer need annual MOT  Daily Telegraph :  Joel Adams 
Global alliance puts carbon capture back on the agenda  Daily Telegraph :  Jillian Ambrose 
Tougher MOT comes into force in UK  Scotsman :  Neil Lancefield 
Boom in wild boar sets farmers and hunters against each other  Times :  Charles Bremner 
Cracks form on the road to coalition  Times :  Tom Kington 
EDF in talks to sell half of its UK wind assets  Financial Times :  Sylvia Pfeifer 
EDF seeks bidders for 49% stake in wind farm assets  Times :  Philip Aldrick 
Batteries are the next frontier of industrial competition  Financial Times :  Nick Butler 
Pollution studies cast doubt on China’s electric-car policies  Financial Times :  Charles Clover 
Shell faces shareholder challenge over climate change approach  Guardian :  Adam Vaughan 
Shell urged to resist calls to fall into line with Paris climate accord  Daily Telegraph :  Jillian Ambrose 
Green light for solar giant takeover  Times :  Paul O’Donoghue 
Power station boss warns against reliance on electricity imports  Guardian :  Adam Vaughan 
Sea bed to be leased for new generation of wind farms  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
Contract offer to counteract global threat to nuclear sites  Daily Telegraph :  Rhiannon Curry 

Heavy Industries
Ford’s Hackett faces tough test in trying to drive change  Financial Times :  Patti Waldmeir 
No more motion sickness  Guardian :  Ian Tucker 
Robot taxis  Guardian :  Ian Tucker 
The Week Ahead: Halfords  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Batteries are the next frontier of industrial competition  Financial Times :  Nick Butler 
Insurers at the wheel  Guardian :  Ian Tucker 
Pollution studies cast doubt on China’s electric-car policies  Financial Times :  Charles Clover 
Ending random jams  Guardian :  Ian Tucker 

Insurance
Insurers at the wheel  Guardian :  Ian Tucker 
Smart locks raise property insurer concerns over hacking  Financial Times :  Oliver Ralph 
‘Thousands’ of households underinsured  Times :  Paul O’Donoghue 
Central Bank not fit to handle insurance database, say critics  Times :  Peter O’Dwyer 
China’s life insurers face tough time as premiums keep falling  Financial Times :  Gabriel Wildau 
Hundreds may lose jobs amid means testing for disabled  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
The great Maryland pension fees gap  Financial Times :  Chris Flood 

Leisure, Entertainment and Hotels
Two weeks of art sales bring in $2.8bn haul  Financial Times :  Eric Platt 
Curbing FOBTs is a big win – now bookies’ racing bet practices must go  Guardian :  Greg Wood 
Tourists return to Egypt as prices fall and security improves  Financial Times :  Heba Saleh 
Hotels to sleep easier as oil steadies  Times :  Greig Cameron 
Fifa’s restless chief must focus closer to home  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Michael Wright’s plan to convert St Andrew’s Church into food hall ‘too vague’  Times :  Seán McCárthaigh 
Library offers playbook for communities taking control  Times :  Hazel Sheffield 
Pub stocked with public spirit  Times :  Hazel Sheffield 
'Royal wedding effect' will see tourism boom for Windsor  Daily Telegraph :  Laura Donnelly 
A New Policy at Starbucks: People Can Sit Without Buying Anything  New York Times :  Jacey Fortin 
Deloitte in line of fire over caravan park failure  Times :  Tabby Kinder 
Derelict Edinburgh cinema being brought back to life for final showing  Scotsman :  General editorial piece 
Marco Pierre White restaurant gets one star hygiene rating after inspection  Daily Telegraph :  General editorial piece 
Airbnb sails into storm in New York  Times :  James Dean 
EU blocking cities' efforts to curb Airbnb, say campaigners  Guardian :  Jon Henley 
Unlikely bedmates: union strikes Airbnb deal 'to protect delivery drivers'  Guardian :  Associated Press 

Life Sciences
AI can reduce UK cancer deaths by 10%, says Theresa May  Financial Times :  Henry Mance 
May backs AI research to cut cancer death toll by 22,000 within 15 years  Scotsman :  Paris Gourtsoyannis 
May to pledge millions to AI research assisting early cancer diagnosis  Guardian :  Anne Perkins 
Theresa May announces plans to use artificial intelligence to help diagnose cancer and save 20,000 lives a year  Daily Telegraph :  Steven Swinford 
Theresa May plans NHS data revolution to fight cancer  Times :  Chris Smyth 
Theresa May says AI revolution will help NHS prevent thousands of cancer-related deaths by 2033  Independent :  Ashley Cowburn 
Hundreds may lose jobs amid means testing for disabled  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
Britain must take the lead in tackling baby deaths worldwide  Times :  Will Quince 
Health services overloaded despite support pledges, claims report  Guardian :  Denis Campbell 
Helplines for the lonely to stop them blocking A&E  Times :  Chris Smyth 
NHS to divert 'frequent flyers' to A&E with coffee and counselling  Daily Telegraph :  Laura Donnelly 
The Quiet ‘Yes’ Vote  Times :  General editorial piece 
The Week Ahead: Ireland abortion  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Yes campaigners keen to avoid conflict in crucial ‘swing state’  Times :  Ellen Coyne 
Scheme is a force for good at poppy factory  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
The Observer view on the global threat to access to abortion  Guardian :  General editorial piece 
Viagra and flu 'drug cocktail' could prevent spread of cancer following surgery  Independent :  Mattha Busby 
The Thing Inside Your Cells That Might Determine How Long You Live  New York Times :  JoAnna Klein 
Healthy heart can stave off dementia  Times :  Chris Smyth 
Fasting diets may raise risk of diabetes, researchers warn  Guardian :  Robin McKie 
Congo to Begin Vaccinating Against Ebola on Monday  New York Times :  Associated Press 
DRC: experimental Ebola vaccine to be administered in Mbandaka  Guardian :  Jason Burke 
Frailty is not inevitable in old age for those with a healthy heart, scientists find  Daily Telegraph :  Sarah Knapton 
Don’t Put That in My Heart Until You’re Sure It Really Works  New York Times :  Haider Warraich 
Use mealtimes to combat obesity, schools urged  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
Removing shoes when entering the house could help people stay slim, scientists claim  Daily Telegraph :  Sarah Knapton 
Quarter have suffered from low mood in past week according to RTÉ series Stressed  Times :  Lynne Kelleher 

Media
Crossbench support for tax on digital giants may pave the way for company tax cuts  Guardian :  Paul Karp 
Modern radio ‘pirates’ turn the tables on traditional music stations  Times :  Matthew Moore 
That Facebook picture of your child’s birthday is a gift for online fraudsters  Times :  Greg Hurst 
New laws to tackle 'wild west' internet will make UK 'safest place in the world' to be online, Matt Hancock claims  Independent :  Chris Baynes 
Tech firms snub meeting to promote safety online  Times :  Sam Coates 
As Disney Moves Forward With Fox, Comcast Continues Plotting  New York Times :  Brooks Barnes 
Google takes on Apple and Spotify with new music service  Financial Times :  Anna Nicolaou 
Life’s a beach, claim Lagardère critics  Times :  Adam Sage 
Quarter have suffered from low mood in past week according to RTÉ series Stressed  Times :  Lynne Kelleher 
Sky narrows focus on virtual reality with third technology hub  Daily Telegraph :  Lucy Burton 
As Facebook becomes better policed, bad actors are moving to WhatsApp  Guardian :  John Naughton 
Facebook must not ignore the ethics that go with power  Times :  Ben Whitelaw 
Facebook should require parents to confirm their children are over the age of 13, Matt Hancock suggests  Daily Telegraph :  Steven Swinford 
Watchdog ready to ‘look behind scenes’ to ensure Facebook’s data is used properly  Daily Telegraph :  Margi Murphy 

Real Estate and Construction
Australia divided over ‘Brazilian-scale’ land clearance  Financial Times :  Jamie Smyth 
Midlands boom drives house prices  Times :  Tom Knowles 
South East asking prices post first annual fall since 2011: Rightmove  Financial Times :  Alice Woodhouse 
Where Brooklyn Tenants Plead the Case for Keeping Their Homes  New York Times :  N.R. Kleinfield 
The prisoner landlords trapped in buy-to-let deals  Financial Times :  Jim Pickard 
Chinese crunch on foreign deals threatens premium asset prices  Financial Times :  Attracta Mooney 
Hotels to sleep easier as oil steadies  Times :  Greig Cameron 
Kensington & Chelsea to manage £220m property portfolio  Financial Times :  Aime Williams 
Library offers playbook for communities taking control  Times :  Hazel Sheffield 
UK interest rate setter doubts mortgage borrowers’ ‘psychology’  Financial Times :  Delphine Strauss 
Hedgehog hotels and bird-friendly bricks: the new homes that are helping creatures to flourish  Daily Telegraph :  Nicola Venning 
Behind New York’s Housing Crisis: Weakened Laws and Fragmented Regulation  New York Times :  Kim Baker 
Hoards of treasure that cost property developers a fortune  Financial Times :  Hugo Cox 
Property developers painted as ‘the antichrist’ by protesters  Financial Times :  Aime Williams 
Warning to retail tenants: adapt or die  Financial Times :  Daniel Thomas 
Smart locks raise property insurer concerns over hacking  Financial Times :  Oliver Ralph 
‘Thousands’ of households underinsured  Times :  Paul O’Donoghue 
Cairn taking the fast track with hundreds more homes  Times :  Peter O’Dwyer 
Flat-sharing social network bags £1m from investors  Daily Telegraph :  Bradley Gerrard 
Michael Wright’s plan to convert St Andrew’s Church into food hall ‘too vague’  Times :  Seán McCárthaigh 
Sea bed to be leased for new generation of wind farms  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
Carillion fiasco shows why auditors must be accountable to parliament  Guardian :  Richard Brooks 
MPs were right to give Carillion chiefs a roasting  Guardian :  General editorial piece 

Retail
Two weeks of art sales bring in $2.8bn haul  Financial Times :  Eric Platt 
ATM rates row goes to appeal court  Daily Telegraph :  Rhiannon Curry 
The Week Ahead: UK CPI  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Fashion’s Woman Problem  New York Times :  Vanessa Friedman 
Michael Wright’s plan to convert St Andrew’s Church into food hall ‘too vague’  Times :  Seán McCárthaigh 
Retail is not dead  Financial Times :  Jamie Powell 
Retailers ‘misusing CVAs’ to shut down unprofitable stores  Times :  Deirdre Hipwell 
Spendthrift 30-somethings ‘a drag on economy’  Daily Telegraph :  Tom Rees 
UK high street braces for more store closures  Financial Times :  Nic Fildes 
Warning to retail tenants: adapt or die  Financial Times :  Daniel Thomas 
Jaeger set to walk into court fight  Times :  Tabatha Kinder 
MPs to hold inquiry on Asda merger  Times :  Callum Jones 
The Week Ahead: Halfords  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Marks & Spencer to reveal dozens of store closures  Guardian :  Zoe Wood 
The Week Ahead: Marks and Spencer  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Amazon still not paying living wage  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
Steiner earns £110m bonus following Ocado-Kroger tie-up  Daily Telegraph :  Jillian Ambrose 

Technology
May to pledge millions to AI research assisting early cancer diagnosis  Guardian :  Anne Perkins 
Central Bank not fit to handle insurance database, say critics  Times :  Peter O’Dwyer 
Banks and tech groups urged to join forces to deal with IT risk  Financial Times :  Caroline Binham 
Banks Adopt Military-Style Tactics to Fight Cybercrime  New York Times :  Stacy Cowley 
Union warns councils over CCTV in classrooms  Scotsman :  Shan Ross 
Cybercrime victims forced to use private investigators  Times :  Daniel Sanderson 
LMAX Exchange seeks to win big from trading cryptocurrencies  Financial Times :  Philip Stafford 
U.K. vs. U.S.: How Much of Your Personal Data Can You Get?  New York Times :  General editorial piece 
Information wars: How Europe became the world’s data police  Financial Times :  Sarah Gordon 
Crossbench support for tax on digital giants may pave the way for company tax cuts  Guardian :  Paul Karp 
Grayling gives signal for rail to do digital  Financial Times :  Josh Spero 
That Facebook picture of your child’s birthday is a gift for online fraudsters  Times :  Greg Hurst 
Tories will struggle to turn desire to regulate internet into policy  Guardian :  Jim Waterson 
New laws to tackle 'wild west' internet will make UK 'safest place in the world' to be online, Matt Hancock claims  Independent :  Chris Baynes 
Robot taxis  Guardian :  Ian Tucker 
Smart locks raise property insurer concerns over hacking  Financial Times :  Oliver Ralph 
Schools to set rules on smartphone use at home  Times :  Catherine Sanz 
Law to rein in social media firms still two years away, says Hancock  Guardian :  Anne Perkins 
Tech firms snub meeting to promote safety online  Times :  Sam Coates 
Sky narrows focus on virtual reality with third technology hub  Daily Telegraph :  Lucy Burton 
The Week Ahead: GDPR  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Google takes on Apple and Spotify with new music service  Financial Times :  Anna Nicolaou 
Green light for solar giant takeover  Times :  Paul O’Donoghue 
How ‘HRTech’ spreads feel-good vibes around the office  Financial Times :  Emma Jacobs 
Insurers at the wheel  Guardian :  Ian Tucker 
Scooter start-up Bird races to match rival Lime  Financial Times :  Tim Bradshaw 
Self-learning brains  Guardian :  Ian Tucker 
No more motion sickness  Guardian :  Ian Tucker 
As Facebook becomes better policed, bad actors are moving to WhatsApp  Guardian :  John Naughton 
Facebook must not ignore the ethics that go with power  Times :  Ben Whitelaw 
Facebook should require parents to confirm their children are over the age of 13, Matt Hancock suggests  Daily Telegraph :  Steven Swinford 
Watchdog ready to ‘look behind scenes’ to ensure Facebook’s data is used properly  Daily Telegraph :  Margi Murphy 

Telecommunications
Engineers are set to go to school  Times :  Greig Cameron 
Britain looks to Australia for help on Galileo rival  Financial Times :  Peggy Hollinger 
RAF takes control of defence in space  Times :  Deborah Haynes 
Schools to set rules on smartphone use at home  Times :  Catherine Sanz 
Telstra mobile outage affects national network  Guardian :  General editorial piece 

Support Services
ACTU report shows half Australian workers will soon be casual  Guardian :  Associated Press 
Amazon still not paying living wage  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
Britain will face crisis in recruitment, warn City UK and EEF  Times :  Tabby Kinder 
City risks backlash with plea for visa waiver for bankers after Brexit  Daily Telegraph :  Iain Withers 
Hundreds may lose jobs amid means testing for disabled  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
Home Office faces pressure over deportation of highly skilled migrants  Guardian :  Amelia Hill 
How to attract the next wave of foreign talent  Times :  Miles Celic 
Japan to push for visa exemption in post Brexit trade deal  Financial Times :  Robin Harding 
Job surplus creates boom 
in back-to-work parents  Daily Telegraph :  Tim Wallace 
Scheme is a force for good at poppy factory  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
The confusing signal from the UK labour market  Financial Times :  Gavin Jackson 
Business teachers will not be told about law changes  Times :  Seán McCárthaigh 
Drama college scraps grades to reduce stress among first year students  Daily Telegraph :  General editorial piece 
Engineers are set to go to school  Times :  Greig Cameron 
‘Macron effect’ injects dynamism into French education  Financial Times :  Jonathan Moules 
Schools to set rules on smartphone use at home  Times :  Catherine Sanz 
Union warns councils over CCTV in classrooms  Scotsman :  Shan Ross 
Use mealtimes to combat obesity, schools urged  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
Unlikely bedmates: union strikes Airbnb deal 'to protect delivery drivers'  Guardian :  Associated Press 
The ‘big four’ auditors have life far too easy  Financial Times :  Jonathan Ford 
'No-frills' funerals on the rise as families fear of engaging with death  Daily Telegraph :  Olivia Rudgard 
Contract offer to counteract global threat to nuclear sites  Daily Telegraph :  Rhiannon Curry 
Bundaberg mayor turns against high cost of cashless welfare trial  Guardian :  Ben Smee 
Deloitte in line of fire over caravan park failure  Times :  Tabby Kinder 
Leading girls’ schools sends pupils on negotiating courses to get pay rises  Daily Telegraph :  Camilla Turner 
Linklaters criticised by MPs for work with Russian companies  Financial Times :  Henry Mance 
Warehouses reach for the sky as urban demand soars  Financial Times :  Conor Sullivan 
Boss of taxpayer funded disability scheme’s £1.7 million pay branded ‘unacceptable’ by MPs  Independent :  May Bulman 
John Bercow faces complaint over alleged ‘stupid woman’ comment  Times :  Sam Coates 
Motability comes under fire for huge cash reserves  Financial Times :  Laura Hughes 
Axe the middle managers at your peril  Financial Times :  Andrew Hill 
Britain gets better at growing its start-up businesses  Financial Times :  Andy Bounds 
Fashion’s Woman Problem  New York Times :  Vanessa Friedman 
Carillion fiasco shows why auditors must be accountable to parliament  Guardian :  Richard Brooks 
MPs were right to give Carillion chiefs a roasting  Guardian :  General editorial piece 

Transport, Logistics, Aerospace and Defence
India set to overtake US aviation market, says minister  Financial Times :  Kiran Stacey 
Unlikely bedmates: union strikes Airbnb deal 'to protect delivery drivers'  Guardian :  Associated Press 
Europe airlines face ‘precarious’ Brexit transition  Financial Times :  Josh Spero 
Britain looks to Australia for help on Galileo rival  Financial Times :  Peggy Hollinger 
UK plans own space programme after dispute with EU over Galileo project, defence secretary announces  Independent :  Mattha Busby 
Defence secretary unveils strategy to protect UK satellites  Guardian :  General editorial piece 
Classic car owners warned they risk fines as thousands no longer need annual MOT  Daily Telegraph :  Joel Adams 
Tougher MOT comes into force in UK  Scotsman :  Neil Lancefield 
Grayling gives signal for rail to do digital  Financial Times :  Josh Spero 
RAF takes control of defence in space  Times :  Deborah Haynes 
Cracks form on the road to coalition  Times :  Tom Kington 
Robot taxis  Guardian :  Ian Tucker 
Scooter start-up Bird races to match rival Lime  Financial Times :  Tim Bradshaw 
Ending random jams  Guardian :  Ian Tucker 
International Military Company to Be Based in New Hampshire  New York Times :  Associated Press 
Mexican owner of plane in Havana crash has been subject of two complaints  Guardian :  Associated Press 
Netherlands Railways pulls €1bn from Ireland  Times :  Paul O’Donoghue 
The Week Ahead: Ryanair  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Chaos on the trains with mass cancellations on day of timetable change  Daily Telegraph :  Joel Adams 
Dozens of trains cancelled on first day of ‘enhanced’ timetable  Independent :  Simon Calder 
Outcry over mass train cancellations as new Thameslink timetable begins  Guardian :  Miles Brignall 

Utilities
Contract offer to counteract global threat to nuclear sites  Daily Telegraph :  Rhiannon Curry 
Oil market bulls walk fine line as $80 crude hits demand  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Oil price keeps rising – will it come back to earth with a bump?  Guardian :  General editorial piece 
Hotels to sleep easier as oil steadies  Times :  Greig Cameron 
Five things to look out for which will indicate the strength – or imminent downturn – of the US economic boom  Independent :  Hamish McRae 
Sea bed to be leased for new generation of wind farms  Times :  Hamish Macdonell 
AGL rejects Alinta's bid for Liddell power plant, confirming its closure  Guardian :  Katharine Murphy 
BP boss's pay may be excessive – but protests won't threaten him  Guardian :  Simon Goodley 
Fracking protests face injunction  Times :  Ben Webster 
Green light for solar giant takeover  Times :  Paul O’Donoghue 
Power station boss warns against reliance on electricity imports  Guardian :  Adam Vaughan 
The Week Ahead: SSE  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Shell faces shareholder challenge over climate change approach  Guardian :  Adam Vaughan 
Shell urged to resist calls to fall into line with Paris climate accord  Daily Telegraph :  Jillian Ambrose 
The Week Ahead: Shell AGM  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
EDF in talks to sell half of its UK wind assets  Financial Times :  Sylvia Pfeifer 
EDF seeks bidders for 49% stake in wind farm assets  Times :  Philip Aldrick 
Glencore has huge stake when Congo goes to polls  Times :  Robin Pagnamenta 
Legal battle casts another shadow  Times :  Robin Pagnamenta 

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