PRESS DIGEST-British Business – Nov 4

The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. – Farmers in Britain face being banned from using a type of fertiliser, which causes air pollution and threatens wild flowers, as the UK government estimates that banning solid urea fertiliser would prevent more than 1 billion pounds ($1.30 billion) damage to health by 2030 caused by fine particles. – Germany’s financial establishment BaFin has come under pressure after its handling of the collapse of Wirecard , the digital payments company, was strongly criticised by Europe’s markets watchdog.

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