PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times – April 19

April 19 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.


– Thames Water lenders face losses of up to 40% in event of nationalisation

– BHP told to hand over executives’ employment details in Brazil dam disaster litigation

– EU offers to strike youth mobility deal with UK

– UK will not ‘turn on’ post-Brexit checks of EU goods for fear of border delays


– Some lenders to Thames Water would lose up to 40 percent of their money under government contingency plans to nationalise Britain’s biggest water company dubbed “Project Timber.

– Mining group BHP has been ordered to hand over historic employment details for staff including its chief executive Mike Henry as part of a legal battle over one of Brazil’s worst environmental disasters.

– The EU has offered to strike a deal to allow 18-30-year-old British citizens to work and study in the bloc for up to four years.

– The British government has told the country’s port authorities that it will not “turn on” critical health and safety checks for EU imports when post-Brexit border controls begin this month because of the risk of “significant disruption. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)

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