May 30 The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Fred Goodwin set to avoid court appearance as RBS strikes deal on.ft.com/2r5B133
Police seek public's help in search for Manchester bomber's suitcase on.ft.com/2r5vHNg
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn survive the Paxman treatment on.ft.com/2r5Cdn3
A group representing Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc investors has accepted an out-of-court deal to settle a lawsuit that aimed to call former CEO Fred Goodwin to account over a 12 billion pound ($15.38 billion) cash call in 2008.
British police released a CCTV image of Manchester bomber Salman Abedi on Monday that showed him with a blue suitcase on the day of the suicide attack last week.
Prime Minister Thersa May was branded a 'blowhard' while Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was grilled on his opposition to the Falklands war in an interview with Jeremy Paxman hosted by Channel 4 and Sky News on Monday. ($1 = 0.7804 pounds) (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)
Shell, Exxon to appeal latest Groningen gas production cap
AMSTERDAM, June 28 A joint venture between Royal Dutch Shell and Exxon Mobil said on Wednesday it will file an appeal against a Dutch government plan to lower a production cap at the Groningen natural gas field by a further 10 percent.
Edinburgh Airport hit by power outage, some flights disrupted
LONDON, June 28 Scotland's Edinburgh Airport said on Wednesday it had been hit by a power outage, disrupting some flights and forcing passengers to queue in the dark.