What the Sunday Papers said


The Independent on Sunday: Cameron advisor joins US giant 

Bechtel has hired David Cameron’s top gun defence adviser, Richard Freer, as the San Francisco based engineer beefs up efforts to win huge Ministry of Defence contracts.

The Sunday Times: Cable to make bad bosses pay

Negigent directors could be held personally liable for failed companies’ debts under a shake-up of corporate law to be unveiled by Vince Cable this week.

The Mail on Sunday: Royal Mail must acquire rivals

A privatised Royal Mail should use its freedom from state control to take over foreign postal companies, Business Minister Michael Fallon has said. 

The Sunday Telegraph: Co-op ‘misled’ pensioners

The Co-operative Bank reassured pensioners that their investments were safe a month before announcing plans to slash their savings as part of a last-ditch bail-out.