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Recession Likely if No Deal Brexit Happens, Says OBR

Thursday 18th July, 2019 Written by Keith Tully

The UK economy is likely to be plunged into recession in the aftermath of a No Deal Brexit, according to the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR).

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British Airways Facing £183m Fine Over Data Breaches

Tuesday 9th July, 2019 Written by Keith Tully

British Airways (BA) is facing the prospect of being fined more than £183 million for failures in relation to data protection laws.

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What are the Conservative leadership candidates promising businesses?

Thursday 4th July, 2019 Written by Keith Tully

We have already seen the field whittled down to just two candidates in the race to become Prime Minister.

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William Hill Planning to Close 700 Shops and Shed up to 4,500 Jobs

Wednesday 3rd July, 2019 Written by Keith Tully

The bookmaker William Hill has revealed that it is consulting on plans to close 700 of its UK outlets and shed as many as 4,500 jobs in the coming months.

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Builders Blame Brexit Crisis for ‘Worst Month in Over a Decade’

Tuesday 2nd July, 2019 Written by Keith Tully

The UK’s construction sector suffered its worst month in more than a decade during June of this year, with the uncertainty surrounding Brexit cited as a key reason why.

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Manufacturing Sector Suffers Worst Month Since February 2013

Monday 1st July, 2019 Written by Keith Tully

The UK’s manufacturing sector contracted at its sharpest pace in more than six years during June, according to the latest figures on output within the industry.

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Concerns of Financial Distress Rising Sharply in Northern Ireland

Friday 28th June, 2019 Written by Keith Tully

Businesses operating in Northern Ireland are becoming increasingly concerned about financial distress and at a rapid rate.

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Bonmarche Looks Again at Rescue Offer as Tough Trading Takes a Toll

Thursday 27th June, 2019 Written by Keith Tully

Bosses at the women’s clothing retailer Bonmarche have recommended to shareholders that they reconsider a rescue bid that was rejected when it was initially made in April.

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Big Firms to Face Fines for Late Payments to SME Suppliers

Friday 21st June, 2019 Written by Keith Tully

The government has announced plans that should soon see large companies being fined for failing to pay their smaller scale suppliers in a timely fashion.

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