Source - SMW
A summary of Friday's headlines. Coverage of UK's Brexit, sterling, BoE and ECB policy confusion, Google, Fox, wind power, Gatwick, Starbucks, Virgin Media, Sky, Rolls-Royce, and much more ...


How Britain's Brexiters lost control of Brexit

Brexit set to blow hole in common EU budget, Brussels warns

Theresa May struggles to contain tensions over Brexit and austerity

Bull semen contains seed of discord for Brexit talks

'Professor Osborne': Job number 6 for former chancellor

Stress tests clear big US banks for $100bn payout

Confusion as Carney and Draghi struggle to clarify stimulus exit

The internet of things: industry's digital revolution

US demands tougher airline security but avoids laptop ban

Rivals set to challenge Google's search advantage after EU ruling

Markets whipsaw after ECB recalibrates message on QE

Confusion as Carney and Draghi struggle to clarify stimulus exit

Five markets charts that matter for investors

Traders seek source of Hong Kong's 'Enigma' market crash

Gilt yield climbs above Bank of England base rate


Fox's £11bn Sky bid faces more hurdles

Offshore wind power could be 25% cheaper than Hinkley's nuclear

Libor-rigger wins review of conviction

Gatwick eyes second chance on new runway

Timetable for Brexit unrealistic, says KPMG


Virgin Media to cut 200 jobs after management shake-up

More small companies worried about cybercrime than Brexit, survey finds

Starbucks profit surges in Europe, Middle East and Africa despite Brexit slowdown

Blow to Murdoch takeover of Sky as Government says competition investigation is needed

Aussie owner of Homebase to create 1,000 UK jobs

Shell boss backs G20 call to come clean on climate risks

FCA links up with US regulators in car loans probe

Pub giant Greene King to boost sales through brand shake-up


Murdoch frustrated in bid to take over Sky - for now

Shell sued by Nigerian widows for alleged complicity in executions

The culture secretary has passed the buck over Murdoch's Sky takeover

Consumer spending unexpectedly powers on in May

Britain's young are paying too much for credit. The FCA must act

Pound hits one-month high after Carney hints at rate rise

Rolls Royce secures 7,000 UK jobs after announcing £150m investment


Labour MPs warn ministers against 'grubby deal with Murdochs' over Sky

Brexit: Dozen City firms to set up shop in Dublin, says Ireland

The listening bank? BOE deputy heads to Wales to meet hard-hit households

Job No6: Osborne lands honorary professorship

FCA: UK financial watchdog investigates car loans market

Gig economy: Blood supply firm concedes worker status of couriers to NHS

Rolls-Royce: 7000 jobs safeguarded with £150m investment

Pensions: 'EU pension' planned for people who move between countries


House prices will never crash and just keep rising, predicts ex-Bank of England economist

Are you about to go bust? Credit crash fears as household borrowing surges by £1.7bn

Co-op Bank secures £700m lifeline from its hedge fund backers

Stagecoach shares plunge to near eight-year low on East Coast losses