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Screengrab from UK’s Parliamentary Recording Unit footage showing British prime minister Theresa May pointing towards Boris Johnson. Photograph: AFP Photo/PRU

The Government fears that patience with the UK is running out in EU capitals and expects difficulties translating December’s political guarantees on t(...)

The Dow Jones and S&P 500 fluctuated throughout the day. The Dow fell 19.42 to close at  24,893.35 and the S&P 500 fell dropped 13.48 to close at  2,681.66

US markets remained volatile on Wednesday as investors remained nervous in the wake of this week’s stock rout. Irish shares gained €1.3 billion on We(...)

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday. Photograph: Brendan Mcdermid/Reuters

US stocks remained on an unsteady footing as the bout of volatility that’s gripped global financial markets persisted amid signs that the rise in tre(...)

Britain’s Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Karen Bradley  said she firmly believed “an agreement in the coming days, while not certain, is achievable. That remains my focus”. Photograph: Hannah McKay/Reuters

A deal to restore the devolved institutions at Stormont is achievable within days, Northern Ireland secretary Karen Bradley told MPs on Wednesday. Bu(...)

Judge Martin Nolan said it was a serious and devious crime.

An Aer Lingus ground handler has been jailed for four years for helping to smuggle people illegally into the country. Frederick Cham (63) pleaded gui(...)

Theresa May: Michel Barnier has warned the PM that “without a customs union and outside the single market, barriers to trade in goods and services are unavoidable”. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty

Businesses would be wise to start thinking about a Brexit plan B – along with plans C, D and E. Any confidence that the deal done in December to allow(...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday. It followed a day of huge stock market falls on Monday, with US markets experiencing their biggest one-day decline since August 2011. Photograph:  Spencer Platt/Getty Images

The White House sought to play down the global stock market rout yesterday, insisting that the fundamentals of the US economy were strong and brushing(...)

Antonio Conte signed improved terms at Chelsea over the summer but his deal only runs to 2019, with this season’s backdrop of discord fuelling suggestions that he will depart the club 12 months early. Photograph:  Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images

Antonio Conte has no intention of resigning at Chelsea despite his team’s recent dismal run and expects to oversee the game against West Bromwich Albi(...)

“Good-quality journalism ... is a huge force for good.” Theresa May gives a speech in Manchester on the future of newspapers, on Tuesday.  Photograph: Paul Ellis/Reuters

Theresa May has announced a review of the future of the British newspaper industry, warning that the closure of hundreds of titles, particularly local(...)

Boeing predicted  construction of the hanger at Gatwick would create 475 jobs when it announced details of the project in 2016. Photograph: Getty Images

Construction group Sisk has won a near €100 million contract to build a hanger that will house Boeing’s biggest aircraft at Gatwick airport in Britain(...)

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