Darren Morgan

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Tighter budgets: UK households felt more pressure on their spending power. Photograph: PA Wire

UK economic growth was been revised down to 0.4 per cent for the final quarter of 2017 in the second estimate of national income produced by the Offic(...)

In 2017 as a whole, growth was 1.8 per cent compared with 1.9 per cent in 2016, better than many forecasters had predicted at the time of the Brexit referendum but the slowest since 2012

British economic growth unexpectedly picked up speed in the last three months of 2017, according to official data which showed the impact of Brexit s(...)

Sterling fell after the UK’s Office for National Statistics published weaker than expected second-quarter GDP growth. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The UK economy grew at its slowest pace since 2013 in the 12 months after last year’s Brexit vote, data showed on Friday, painting a subdued picture a(...)

The UK current-account deficit widened in the third quarter as Britain posted its worst trade performance in almost three years.

The UK current-account deficit widened in the third quarter as Britain posted its worst trade performance in almost three years. The difference betwe(...)

Net trade added 0.7 percentage points to economic growth

British companies increased their investment by more than expected in the three months to September as the economy grew solidly following June’s vote (...)

 Children from first class at St Raphael’s Special School in Celbridge during the Proclamation ceremony. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Students across the country engaged in flag-raising ceremonies and cultural exhibitions on Tuesday as part of Proclamation Day which commemorated the (...)