Construction continues apace in the City of London, April 18th, 2016. Photograph: Hannah McKay/EPA

On the website of the Vote Leave campaign is a live sterling figure which slowly ticks upwards. One second it stands at £508,669,966,129, a moment lat(...)

 Bombardier vice-president and general manager Michael Ryan (left) and Bob Homer, vice president for Europe: Mr Ryan has  sent a memo to the Canadian company’s employees highlighting its position on the Brexit debate. Photograph: Eric Luke

Bombardier Belfast has told its Northern Ireland workforce that the “UK remaining within the European Union is better” for its aerospace business. M(...)

British industrial output recorded its biggest annual fall in two and a half years in February, official data showed on Friday, confirming industry su(...)

The shadow of the Shard is cast across the financial district of London. New research from the CBI warns of  a serious shock to the economy if the UK leaves the EU.

A British vote to leave the European Union could cost the economy £100 billion (€1.28bn) and 950,000 jobs by 2020, according to research commissioned (...)

Stormont buildings. Danske Bank’s chief economist Angela McGowan said key issues for the North such as health and further education got “no air time at all” in the latest budget.

The Northern Ireland Executive will use an additional £223 million (€283m) of funding that it will receive over the next four years following the late(...)

Confederation of British Industry president Paul Drechsler: said the result of the proposed referendum was too tight to call. Photograph: CBI

UK voters risk accidentally walking the country out of the EU irrespective of the outcome of talks under way in Brussels this weekend, the leader of (...)

Ulster Unionist  Party leader Mike Nesbitt: “All things being equal, I would hope to recommend that we stay in.” Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt has given a clear signal that his party will call on people in Northern Ireland to vote for the United Kingdom to (...)

Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan said: “The foreign secretary knows where we stand in terms of our wish for the UK to remain in the EU.”  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan has urged Irish businesses to play a part in persuading Britain to remain in the European Union. Speakin(...)

Ukip preparing  for the Oldham byelection (from left):  deputy leader Paul Nuttall, candidate John Bickley and party leader Nigel Farage.   Photograph:   Dave Thompson/Getty Images

The anti-EU United Kingdom Independence Party (Ukip) has condemned as scaremongering the Taoiseach’s suggestion that a British exit from the Europea(...)

Speaking outside No 10 Downing Street, Enda Kenny said Brexit would not be in Ireland’s interest. Photograph: Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images.

Ireland can serve as an important link between Britain and the European Union during David Cameron’s renegotiation of his country’s relationship with(...)