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PRESS DIGEST- British Business - Nov 30

Nov 30 The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The Times

* Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski has cast doubt on Brexit ever happening, saying that Britain should stay in the European Union as long as possible. bit.ly/2gDKQkz

* German Chancellor Angela Merkel delivered a terse message to British Prime Minister Theresa May that she would not help Britain by agreeing on specific issues, even ones supported by Germany. bit.ly/2gDRves

The Guardian

* A mining company, Scotgold Resources Ltd, hoping to open the only underground goldmine in the Scottish Highlands has sold its first gold in the form of 11 commemorative coins. bit.ly/2fOpzU2

* British regulator Ofcom has chosen Co-operative Energy - a company that last month paid out 1.8 million pounds ($2.25 million) in compensation to customers - to take over the supply GB Energy's gas and electricity customers. bit.ly/2gGQFeo

The Telegraph

* Motorists could see the price of foreign cars jump by 1,500 pounds if Britain fails to agree a deal on trade tariffs when it leaves the European Union, warned Gareth Jones, president of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. bit.ly/2gGrA36

* Sky Plc has launched its attack on the mobile market, hoping to convince millions of its pay-TV customers to defect from their current provider with the offer of unlimited free calls and texts. bit.ly/2fAv3Dp

Sky News

* Hauts-de-France, the northern part of France encompassing Calais and Lille, is calling on British businesses to consider using it as a foothold inside the European Union after Brexit. bit.ly/2fOBcdD

* One of Britain's leading industrialists, George Buckley, has emerged as a surprise candidate to lead Tata, the giant Indian conglomerate that is among the UK's largest inward investors. bit.ly/2gCzrkP

The Independent

* British regulator Ofcom says it will file plans to force BT Group to set the broadband infrastructure provider up as a legally separate entity with the European Commission as talks over a voluntary deal drag on. ind.pn/2gRIQpm

($1=0.80 pounds) (Compiled by Kanishka Singh in Bengaluru; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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