Politics 13 April 2012 Other people's business, Friday 13 April Valuable trees, and Facebook's fear. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML 1. Paying Bob Diamond's tax bill proves very expensive for Barclays (Guardian) Barclays freely admits that the "tax equalisation" promise will continue, at least into next year, writes Jill Treanor. 2. Just how valuable are trees to a city? (Washington Post) Quite valuable, writes Brad Plumer. 3. Google rejoins tech’s governance race to bottom (Reuters) Google is no stranger to bad corporate governance, writes Robert Cyran 4. Facebook is scared of the internet (Financial Times) It is no wonder that Mark Zuckerberg got so defensive this week, writes John Gapper. 5. Charities in crisis: grab your share of £1bn tax relief to help good causes (Telegraph) The Chancellor's move to close loopholes has placed uncertainty over ncentives to support charity, writes Ian Cowie. › Did Ken use actors in his election broadcast? How valuable are trees to a city? Getty images Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Jeremy Corbyn has found a vulnerable spot on Theresa May and trade Politicians are worried that their pensions are destroying the planet. Is yours? Nap Store: Where did all these new mattress start-ups come from?