April 18 (Reuters) – The following are the leading stories on the business enterprise pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The Instances

– Payments provider Network International is contemplating recommending a £2 billion ($two.47 billion) takeover supply from a consortium of private equity investors to its shareholders.

– Britain Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is below investigation by the UK parliament’s ethics watchdog more than claims he really should have told MPs that his wife Akshata Murthy may advantage from a childcare policy unveiled in the price range.

The Guardian

– Ineos, the firm founded and run by the British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe, will create an electric version of its new Grenadier off-road car in Austria.

– UK Ministers are contemplating an overhaul of the bidding method to fund new renewable power projects in an work to produce green jobs, amid U.S. President Joe Biden’s subsidy race.

The Telegraph

– Money is to come to be “significantly less useable” as shoppers embrace the world-wide-web and higher street shops increasingly reject bank notes, the deputy governor of the Bank of England Sir Jon Cunliffe stated on Monday.

Sky News

– The owners of UK’s breakdown recovery service AA are exploring the sale of a huge stake in the firm two years following taking it private. ($1 = .8085 pounds) (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)

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