Investigative journalists Barry McCaffrey (left) and Trevor Birney  outside Belfast High Court where a judge has order the police to return documents seized from them by police. Photograph: PA

Northern Ireland’s top judge has delivered a stinging rebuke to the Police Service of Northern Ireland for raiding the homes and offices of two journa(...)

PTSB admitted 42 separate breaches of banking codes of practice, covering mortgages between the years 2004 and 2018. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Banks in the Republic face fines of up to €350 million for the tracker mortgage scandal on the basis of the first case to be settled by the Central Ba(...)

British Steel staff have been paid and will continue to be employed, the official receiver said. Photograph: Scott Heppell/Reuters

British Steel was forced into liquidation on Wednesday though Britain’s second largest steelmaker will continue to trade and supply its customers, the(...)

In a detailed briefing today, Simon  Coveney told his Government colleagues that a no-deal Brexit could still be avoided but that the UK government had to come up with a solution and indicate what it wants. File photograph: Liam McBurney/PA

The threat of the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal remains greater than ever, Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has warn(...)

Also weighing on sterling in recent weeks has been a firmer dollar. Photograph: iStock

Sterling hit a new four-month low of 87.99p against the euro and fell below $1.27 for the first time since mid-January, battered by dollar strength an(...)

Analysis from UBS cautioned investors against making “strong directional trades” in sterling as political uncertainty persists. Photograph: iStock

Sterling dived to a four-month low on Friday after cross-party Brexit talks collapsed and concern grew about the impact prime minister Theresa May’s l(...)

Sterling fell 0.1 per cent versus the euro to 87.34 pence per euro, heading for the longest run of declines since December 2000

Sterling on Thursday headed for the longest losing streak against the euro since the turn of the century as rising UK political risks fanned concern a(...)

Analysts believe Bombardier Belfast would be a good fit for Airbus, as it  manufactures the composite wing for the Airbus A220 aircraft, previously known as the C series. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

The UK’s Department for Business has said it is in “regular conversation with a wide range of companies” in relation to the sale of Bombardier’s North(...)

Plotbox founders Seán and Leona McAllister

PlotBox, the Northern Ireland company that has developed “death care management” software for cemeteries and crematoriums plans to rapidly expand its (...)

Photograph:  Fred Dufour/Getty Images

US president Donald Trump plans in coming days to sign an executive order that would prohibit American companies from using gear made by foreign telec(...)

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