Monday, August 20, 2018
Confidence in May takes a nosedive as fears over Border policing increase British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves after a church service near to her Maidenhead constituency on Sunday. Photo: PA Confidence in British Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of Brexit...
Cupboards would run bare today if UK relied only on food it produces, says UK farmers union Minette Batters, the new president of the National Farmers' Union has said frictionless trade with the EU is vital (Adam Fradgley/NFU/PA) UK farmers have...
Sterling crashes to lowest in a year to squeeze Irish exporters Liam Fox’s comments on a no-deal Brexit have ‘upped the ante on Theresa May’ after her failure to break the deadlock. Photo: Reuters/Neil Hall The pound suffered a heavy sell-off...

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'We need closure, I can't live with not knowing' - woman who lost both parents in Stardust fire tragedy calls for fresh inquest Lisa Lawlor pictured with her son, Lennon. Lisa lost her parents, Francis and Maureen Lawlor in the...
Profits jump 80pc at North's biggest firms Michael Neill, partner at Top 100 sponsor A&L Goodbody, Chris Kirke, president of Moy Park and Ulster Business editor John Mulgrew at the announcement. Photo: Elaine Hill Photography Northern Ireland's biggest companies have seen...
How Australia's meat industry plans to flood post-Brexit Britain with products banned in EU Campaigners and farmers concerned by removal of 'technical barriers' to trade with Australia that could cause influx of lower quality products Black Angus bulls are pictured at...
Áras silence on claims Higgins stayed in €3,000-a-night hotel Office of President is exempt from Freedom of Information legislation Michael D Higgins. Photo: Gerry Mooney President Michael D Higgins is refusing to comment on claims he stayed in a luxurious five-star hotel...
Trump aide was committing tax crimes for years - star witness Paul Manafort (above) heard long-time business associate Rick Gates’s evidence. Photo: Reuters The star witness against US President Donald Trump's ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort has admitted he committed a host...
'Facebook is not acting in an ethical way' - UniCredit stops using platform for advertising Unicredit Bank headquarters in Milan Italy's UniCredit has stopped using Facebook for advertising and marketing campaigns and will not do so again until the U.S. giant...
'I got chased and punched a few times, I had loads of abuse' - Jamie Oliver says men hated him when he started out on TV The TV star said it was all ‘women and gay men’ who would attend...

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