Responsible business news round-up 29 August - 2 September 2016

Summary of key responsible business stories from the UK national press for the week commencing 29 August 2016.

(£) = Paywalled article

Diversity and equality

MPs urge better job protection for expectant and new mothers Guardian 
Over-70s are victims of ‘institutionalised ageism’ in NHS, experts warn Daily Telegraph



Services industry pessimistic after Brexit vote FT (£)
End inefficient corporation tax, says economist The Times (£)



Youth unemployment highly regionalised, report shows Guardian
Entrepreneurs of tomorrow can find inspiration closer to home The Times (£)
Graduate recruitment slumps after Brexit vote FT (£)



Living wage hits small businesses The Times (£)



Supermarkets axe toxic beads from own brands Daily Mail
England continues to fall behind UK nations in recycling performance edie
Poor electric car sales hit climate goals FT (£)
Department for Transport urged to decarbonise sector and improve air quality edie 


Governance and ethics

Apple faces multibillion tax bill in EU ruling FT (£)


Health and wellbeing

Girls unhappy with their lives and looks The Times (£)
Yoga and acupuncture ‘as good as pain relief drugs’ I news 



Theresa May ignores calls for Brexit delay FT (£)


Responsible business

Carnival clean-up: Notting Hill waste to generate 100MWh of electricity edie
Can 'wonky veg' unite consumers and supermarkets in the food waste battle? edie 
Uber and Nissan launch three-month electric vehicle trial in London edie 
World Water Week: Six innovations to quench the global thirst for clean water edie 



Sexist hate crimes given second-class status, says senior Tory MP Guardian
Potential Paralympic star forced to pull out due to cuts in disability support Guardian
Even in housing, the Tories stoop to divide and rule Guardian



Salary sacrifice schemes face reform FT (£)
Millennials and AI driving change in the workplace HR Magazine