The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines
– Tata Motors set to announce plans to build UK battery factory – BBC appoints Deloitte partner to oversee Huw Edwards review
– Odey to reopen James Hanbury fund as emergency transfer nears – Starmer refuses to back down on two-child benefits cap policy
Overview – Tata Motors is poised to announce plans to build a flagship battery factory in the UK to supply Jaguar Land Rover’s electric cars, according to people briefed on the Indian group’s plans.
– The BBC has brought in a senior Deloitte partner specialising in forensic investigations to help oversee a review into the internal procedures that failed to escalate complaints against star news reader Huw Edwards. – Odey Asset Management will reopen its Absolute Return fund as the beleaguered hedge fund firm prepares to transfer one of its star managers, James Hanbury, to a rival in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against the firm’s founder, Crispin Odey.
– Labour leader Keir Starmer told a meeting of the shadow cabinet on Tuesday that the Labour party needed to stick to its pledge of responsible spending in the face of the criticism from colleagues, saying it needed to be “even tougher, even more focused, even more disciplined” ahead of the election expected next year. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)
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