Modified, autonomous Nissan LEAFs are set to hit public roads within weeks
The SUV sector is really booming, but there are bargains to be had.
The government promised Nissan that trading conditions for its Sunderland car plant would be unaffected by Brexit
British car exporters could face tariffs of up to 10 per cent if Britain failed to conclude a free trade deal with the rest of the EU
Business Secretary Greg Clark suggested to MPs he will not publish correspondence due to the need to protect Nissan's commercially sensitive investment plans
Greg Clark, the Business Secretary, disclosed details on Sunday surrounding the Japanese car giant’s decision to remain at its Sunderland plant
John McDonnell told The Independent the Government's position 'puts the UK economy in a position of being hostage to fortune rather than deciding its own destiny'
Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer responded: ‘To learn of this in an interview this morning is the wrong way to prepare for these negotiations’
Ministers under pressure to reveal 'support and assurances' Government offered car manfacturer
Greg Clark, the Business Secretary, is under pressure to reveal the bill to keep foreign carmakers in Britain - after the triumph of the Nissan announcement
Number 10 is inevitably going to face calls for support and assurances from other car makers and other industries
Nissan confirmed that Theresa May’s Government has given a ‘commitment’ that the plant’s competitiveness won’t be damaged by the EU referendum result
Nissan recently raised concerns about the impact of potential trade tariffs on current investment
The plant in Sunderland produces about a third of the UK’s car output and is heavily dependent on exports to the single market
Trade minister Liam Fox can pout and pontificate all he wants but business leaders are cutting investment and job losses will follow
The latest rosy economic data won't matter in the long term if we don't treat our friends and allies better and listen to what they have to say