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Orrr-duhhh: Speaker Bercow presides over MPs as if they were unruly children House of Commons Speaker John Bercow speaks at the conclusion of the debate ahead of a vote on the Prime Minister's Brexit deal Photo credit: House of Commons/PA Wire The speaker of the House of Commons is usually taken for granted, except for those rare moments when Britain is having...
© Reuters. A money changer counts Euro banknotes at a currency exchange office in Nice By Tommy Wilkes LONDON (Reuters)...
'Strong outlook for 2019 M&A deal-making' Companies 'cautiously optimistic' despite Brexit and global uncertainties, finds KPMG annual predictor Brexit was seen by 44pc as having a negative impact on deal flows this year. Stock image THE Irish mergers and acquisitions market is expected to remain strong this year, with plentiful debt available on attractive terms which will keep valuations high, according to...
VIDEO: No-deal Brexit - What does it mean? If no alternative to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal is agreed, the default option is for the UK to leave the EU without a deal on March 29.
HRI dreading 'no-deal catastrophe', Nicky Henderson raises fears over staffing and movement of horses Nicky Henderson. Photo: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images A no-deal Brexit would be "catastrophic" for the movement of horses to and from Ireland, according to the country's racing authority. As well as horses travelling to and from the island for racing and other activities, the buying and selling of horses...
Fully-let Harold's Cross offices at €1.75m promise 7.3pc initial yield Fully let: Century House is a former parochial hall in Dublin 6W Andre Berg of agent CBRE is quoting a price of €1.75m for Century House, a landmark office building located in Harold's Cross, Dublin 6W. A former parochial hall constructed in 1882, the property now consists of open-plan and cellular offices...
Viridian cuts power station value by €91m Viridian’s power station in Huntstown, west Dublin A unit of power company Viridian, whose consumer and business arm trades as Energia, posted an €81.5m loss in its last financial year as it slashed the value of its Huntstown 2 power plant in north Dublin by €91.5m during a dispute with national grid operator EirGrid. That...

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Goddard elected CEO of Deloitte   Harry Goddard, the next CEO of Deloitte Ireland Harry Goddard has been announced as the next CEO of Deloitte Ireland, succeeding Brendan Jennings. Mr Jennings, who will hand over the role on June 1, has served the maximum period as CEO. Mr Goddard, who is head of the consulting practice at Deloitte, has over 20 years' experience...
Another year: Brexit delay in sight as no deal 'off table' Plans hatched to delay Brexit until 2020 as Brussels urges 'red lines' rethink Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. Photo: Frank McGrath Plans are being hatched to delay Brexit until 2020 to give the UK more time to find an orderly route out of the European Union. After surviving a no-confidence motion thanks to the...
Global approval on the menu for Supermac's fight over the 'Big Mac' Taste of home: Founder Pat McDonagh in the O’Connell St branch of Supermacs. Photo: Gerry Mooney Supermac's founder Pat McDonagh has revealed the company has been contacted by people from as far afield as Asia and Africa who are interested in becoming franchisees after the epic trademark win against...

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