What the other papers say this morning - 18 April 2013

NCIA

NCIAL TIMES

SFO requests ENRC documents
The Serious Fraud Office has sent a demand for documents to the law firm that was investigating corporategovernance issues at ENRC, in a sign that the UK prosecutor is considering a criminal inquiry into the mining company.

The Daily Telegraph

London airports facing shake-up
London’s top three airports are facing the biggest regulatory shake-up for a quarter of a century, with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) poised to introduce different pricing regimes at each of Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.

THE TIMES

McDonald’s backs happier pigs
McDonald’s will announce today that it is to switch to using only 100 per cent “Freedom Food” pork from British farms that meet strict RSPCA welfare standards. It said the new pork standards were part of its drive to provide higher quality food.

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

TNK-BP investors appeal
International investors in Russian oil company TNK-BP appealed to majority owner OAO Rosneft’s chief executive to resolve a conflict that has caused the value of their TNK-BP shares to plunge by 50 per cent in the past six months.