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Sunday Papers: Funds line up £5bn bid for Severn Trent
Sunday Telegraph: A consortium of British and international funds is planning a second £5 billion bid for Severn Trent before the 11 June "put up or shut up" deadline. The Independent on Sunday: Michael O'Leary, the outspoken Ryanair boss who has ...
Funds line up £5bn bid for Severn Trent
A flood of cash to buy up the water companies
Takeover interest in Severn to dominate results
Royal Mail: Brokers lined up for £3bn flotation
THE brokers for the £3 billion flotation of Royal Mail are expected to be announced this week, as trade unions claim that the government may yet push for an outright sale of the business. Chief executive Moya Greene has met a number of institutional investors ...
Royal Mail leads the Government's great sell-off
Royal Mail's Moya Greene has sorted profits but can she deliver on the stock ...
Royal Mail sounds out market for £1.5 billion IPO loan
Comment: Plasters won't be enough to heal Co-op
THE Co-operative may claim to be good with food, but it's not proving to be so good with money. A big hole has emerged in the balance sheet of its banking business, which is now burdened with the same sort of problems that hit its bigger rivals.
Co-op Bank stops lending to new corporate clients
Co-operative Bank draws scrutiny as it ends new company loans
Co-op reviews bank's futures as it halts new loans
Britain calls for EU target to halve emissions by 2030
Britain has challenged Europe to sign up to an ambitious target of cutting carbon emissions by 50 per cent by 2030. Ed Davey, the Climate Change Secretary, called on fellow EU governments to sign up to the target as part of a global climate agreement in ...
Ed Davey says UK will oppose EU renewable energy target
Britain resists EU bid to set new target on renewable energy
No 2030 target for renewables
Warnings over flagship government projects
More than 30 of the coalition's flagship schemes, including Universal Credit and high-speed rail, are at serious risk of failure, a report says. The government's Major Projects Authority (MPA) has given 32 schemes a red or amber/red rating, meaning they are ...
Delivery report reveals threat to flagship infrastructure projects
Universal credit in danger of failing, official Whitehall review says
Key Government Projects 'At Risk Of Failure'