Press Roundup

A summary of Tuesday's business headlines. Coverage of Brexit and Theresa May, the pound, Donald Trump, UK industrial action, VW, Uber, Saudi Aramco, Bovis, Ferrexpo, Tesco, Aldi, and much more...

FINANCIAL TIMES

Theresa May indicates UK will leave single market

Tube strike set to bring evening chaos to London

Theresa May is decisive over Brexit but we choose not to listen

Falling pound ignores May defence and hard Brexit denial

Donald Trump will win his battle with the spies

US tax reform is vital but Donald Trump's plan is flawed

Trump presidency: America First or America Alone?

Policing the digital cartels

Pound dips to lowest level since October on May's Brexit comment

Falling pound ignores May defence and hard Brexit denial

Turkey left in not-so-splendid isolation

Turkey: the crisis candidate

Wall St cautious as S&P 500 slips from record

Biggest banks each set to be hit with $200m trading rule costs

VW top management 'authorised concealment' of emissions cheating

Tube strike set to bring evening chaos to London

Uber to share more travel data with city authorities

Saudi Aramco gets ready for 'no ordinary IPO'

THE TIMES

Fears over hard Brexit hit sterling

Volkswagen bosses ordered staff to carry on cheating, FBI alleges

Boxing Day delivers a stunning series of blows to William Hill

The hedgie with a 99.9% success rate

Bovis boss heads straight for the door

Luton leads the way as housing market ends year on a high

Sales mean taxpayer is no longer biggest shareholder in Lloyds

Ferrexpo steps up after rival's flood disaster in Brazil

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Tesco to axe 1,000 jobs as it shuts distribution centres j

VW's legal troubles mount as US executive arrested and UK compensation claim launched

Taxman forced to rethink costly plan to overhaul offices

Taxpayer no longer the biggest shareholder in Lloyds Bank as Government sells down stake

Douglas Flint, the chairman of HSBC, is among City figures who will appear before MPs on Tuesday to answer questions over Brexit

City bosses to face MP grilling over Brexit doomsday claims

FTSE 100 matches longest record-setting streak in 33-year history as pound slides on Brexit fears

Comment: Enough misery from the currency markets: even without trade deals Brexit wouldn't be a disaster

Comment: Lloyds is finally enjoying the fruits of its HBOS merger

Comment: May's challenge: balancing benefits of technology with the risk to jobs

Marissa Mayer to leave Yahoo after $4.8bn Verizon deal

Taxman forced to rethink costly plan to overhaul offices

Tullow sells Uganda stake to Total for $900m

Mars sweetens its presence in veterinary market with £7.5bn acquisition of VCA

Matalan soothes jitters over prospects after boosting earnings

Innogy investigates cause of Yorkshire wind turbine blaze

THE INDEPENDENT

Tesco to slash 1,000 jobs in shake-up of its distribution centres

UK Volkswagen drivers could receive £4,000 each compensation

Cadbury cracks out Oreo-flavoured UK egg

Film student's Adidas advert refused twice by company goes viral

Aldi reports record Christmas sales

Marissa Mayer to leave Yahoo and firm to change name if sale completed

McDonald's sells majority of its China and Hong Kong business

Aldi is steaming ahead. So which of its rivals have been left behind?

THE GUARDIAN

Pound falls to 10-week low after Theresa May's comments

Rolls-Royce CEO vows future in UK despite Brexit fears

Assuring EU citizens of right to stay 'would lose UK negotiating capital'

PM faces criticism over Brexit restructuring

Mike Ashley criticises shareholders over Keith Hellawell

Tesco 1,000 jobs to go in restructuring plans

UK retail sales lifted by last-minute Christmas rush

VW: FBI arrests second employee in connection with emissions cheating

Tube strike kicks off week of industrial action

DAILY EXPRESS

FBI arrests Volkswagen executive on fraud conspiracy charges

Anti-Brexit City bosses face grilling from MPs over scare-mongering claims

FTSE hits record high as Theresa May says we will leave single market

Lloyds sell-off: Treasury reduces stake in bailed-out bank to under 6 per cent