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A car transporter  is driven out of Honda’s Swindon manufacturing plant, which it says will close. Photograph: Adrian Dennis / AFP / Getty

Honda Motor’s decision to end carmaking in Britain casts a pall over the future of the UK auto industry after it recovered from near extinction just a(...)

 Dariusz Alchimionek leaving Tullamore Circuit Court after being sentenced. File photograph: James Flynn/APX

The Court of Appeal has been “compelled” to quash a jury verdict which convicted a driver of manslaughter, despite agreement amongst doctors that he m(...)

A computer generated image of Echelon’s planned data centre in Co Wicklow.

Echelon Data Centres, a recently launched Irish company, has been granted planning permission for a €500 million data centre on Co Wicklow. Permissio(...)

Photograph: Kim Kyung-hoon/Reuters

Honda will shut down its plant in Swindon in 2021 in the wake of the uncertainty caused by Brexit, marking what would be its first ever closure of a v(...)

Kerry Group said volume growth was well ahead of its markets.

Kerry Group executives cautioned on Tuesday that weakening UK consumer sentiment as Brexit uncertainty drags on is the main risk to its outlook this y(...)

President of the Venezuelan national assembly Juan Guaido favoured by Trump. Photograph: Miguel Gutierrez/EPA

Donald Trump has pleaded with Venezuela’s military to support opposition leader Juan Guaidó and issued a dire warning if they continue to stand with p(...)

Peter Flanagan: ‘As an immigrant here, the regular task of having to explain the geography of their own country to British people while simultaneously trying to sound like a grateful, 'good' immigrant is getting exhausting.’

When former taoiseach Bertie Ahern was asked by a House of Commons committee how Irish people feel about the suggestion that they leave the EU and “re(...)

Birds Eye’s Britain and Ireland boss has warned  the price of fish fingers could rise  20%. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

It is becoming an almost daily occurrence that a significant business figure puts his or her head above the parapet to warn of the losses Britain will(...)

Irish hauliers could be heavily impacted by Brexit. Photograph:  Maxwell’s Handout/PA

The haulage industry will seek State and EU financial support if a hard Brexit leads to delays and damages business for lorry drivers and transport co(...)

‘Government transfers, in addition to aiding struggling households, also enable poor work practices to continue.’ Photograph: iStock

The State’s “unusually high” incidence of low pay and weak labour protections is driving inequality, with the working and lower-middle classes struggl(...)

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