Feb 27 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
* Pro-EU Tory faction to join Labour on Brexit in threat to May on.ft.com/2BTcu7d
* Landowners face 150 mln pound hit in Gove farming shake-up on.ft.com/2BSw8jz
* Private hire cars face paying London congestion charge on.ft.com/2BQmf5Y
* Shell warns of future LNG supply crunch on.ft.com/2BRA1oZ
- Pro-EU Tory rebels said they would join forces with the Labour Party to push British Prime Minister Theresa May away from her vision of leaving the EU customs union.
- British environment secretary Michael Gove on Tuesday will say that reforming the farmers' subsidy scheme after Brexit would help save 150 million pounds by cutting support for wealthy landowners.
- Car hiring companies, including Uber Technologies Inc , will come under new rules that would make them pay a charge for driving in central London, which would push up prices for customers.
- Royal Dutch Shell Plc said that new investment of tens of billions of dollars are needed in liquefied natural gas projects to mitigate a supply crunch in the 2020s.
Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom; Editing by Sandra Maler