PRESS DIGEST - British Business - Aug 12
Aug 12 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
CO-OP FACING BATTLE TO JUSTIFY UNPAID BONUSES
The Co-operative Bank is facing a new strain on its creaking finances as fund managers step up their fight for bonuses they were not paid last year. ()
WATCHDOG IS URGED TO INVESTIGATE GREEN "TAXES"
Britain's biggest consumer body has called on the National Audit Office to launch a full-scale investigation into whether households are being ripped off by the soaring green levies on their energy bills. ()
COMPANIES SPURN UK OVER TAXATION, SAYS DELOITTE BOSS The head of Deloitte has said the Government should stop "playing to the gallery" on the issue of corporate taxation if it wants to attract large multi-national companies to the UK.()
YOU MUST ACCEPT FRACKING FOR THE GOOD OF THE COUNTRY, DAVID CAMERON TELLS SOUTHERNERS
David Cameron to insist that people living in the south of England must accept fracking, as he sets out his argument for the controversial way of extracting gas in his strongest terms yet. ()
JP MORGAN TO FACE CRIMINAL AND CIVIL INVESTIGATIONS OVER MORTGAGES
The investigations come amid a battery of other probes into the banking giant's business from federal and state regulators.()
LABOUR ATTACKS TESCO OVER FOREIGN STAFF
A major Labour speech is derailed as the supermarket giant angrily rejects the suggestion it recruits cheap foreign labour.
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