The next Nissan Juke will be assembled in its Sunderland plant after a £100M investment.
The confirmation came just days after Nissan ended night shifts at the plant which opened in 35 years ago but the future of the Qashqai being built there is uncertain as the car makers wants to study and react to Britain’s Brexit deal.
Automotive charity BEN has found that mental health is still one of the biggest issues affecting the industry’s workforce and could cost UK employers as much as £1.2bn a year.
Ben wants to work in partnership with automotive industry employers, through its Ben4Business programme, to make a positive difference to the mental health of those who work in the automotive industry.
GoCompare has revealed young drivers’ understanding of 15 common insurance terms.
Worryingly, only a third of drivers understood ‘social, domestic and pleasure’ – which classifies how you intend to use your car and few young drivers understand policy excesses – so were unaware of the financial contribution would need to make in the event of a claim.
Over half of drivers are ignorant of the need to carry an insurance green card if they go abroad after the UK leaves without a deal.
Research by insurers and brokers discovered large scale ignorance of the legal requirement which might mean a motorist is prevented from driving abroad by European police.
French lawmakers have excluded palm oil from tax incentives at the end of this year and supporters of the move want it extended throughout the EU member states.
Evidence presented to France’s Constitutional Court showed palm tree oil was unsustainable as a green fuel because it destroyed natural forests to build plantations and the decision will cost fuel companies over $70 Million.