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Sinn Féin said that ‘Westminster has never acted in Ireland’s interests and never will’.

An attempt by Northern Ireland MPs to change British government legislation so that Northern businesses would have guarantees of unfettered access to (...)

Boris Johnson at No  10 Downing Street following a meeting with the queen. Companies in the North fear he  will view his victory  as a signal that the “route is now clear” for his brand of Brexit.   Photograph: Hollie Adams/Bloomberg

The UK election results may provide “some certainty” on Brexit but they are “not a mandate to force through a deal” that would not work for Northern I(...)

Seán Quinn and his son resigned as directors of Belbridge in May when Denis Kelly was appointed a director. Photograph: Collins

Seán Quinn’s online betting operation, Quinnbet, made a profit last year of €157,705, having booked a loss of €90,495 the previous year, its first yea(...)

Former billionaire Seán Quinn. Belbridge, based in  Connell Building, Ballyconnell, Co Cavan, owns the business names Quinnbet, Quinnsports, and Quinncasino, and is in turn 100% owned by Seán Quinn

He has gone from billionaire to bankrupt, and from being one of Ireland’s most below-the-radar tycoons to being one of the most controversial and talk(...)

SDC Trailers said it was unable to confirm how many jobs might be under threat at the company

One of the North’s leading manufacturers which employs 800 people has warned that it is going to be forced to make “a number of employees redundant” b(...)

Businessman Seán Quinn:  QuinnBet said at the time of its launch that the venture was being funded by Mr Quinn snr, but that he was not involved in its operation. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A London-based Irish businessman, Val Flynn, formerly involved in the aviation sector, has joined the board of QuinnBet, the online betting operation (...)

British prime minister Boris Johnson during an election  campaign visit to a  potato crisp factory in Co Armagh. Johnson left business leaders in the North confused after he tried to explain his Brexit deal. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/Getty

British prime minister Boris Johnson has puzzled business people in Northern Ireland by saying there would be no Irish Sea border for goods from the N(...)

Brexit secretary Steve Barclay has said Northern Irish firms will have to complete exit declarations on goods before transport to the rest of the UK. Photograph: Will  Oliver

Northern Irish businesses have expressed concern at the surprise disclosure that they will have to complete exit declarations when sending goods to Br(...)

President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and British prime minister Boris Johnson during a press conference in Brussels on Thursday. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/EPA

Business groups have given a cautious welcome to the new Brexit deal agreed between the UK and the EU on Thursday, but remain concerned about the prop(...)

Jeff Wright at the Green Pastures Church in Ballymena, Co Antrim, which was was heavily funded by the Wright family. Photograph:  Stephen Davison

Two unfinished buses stand in the Wrightbus factory in Ballymena, Co Antrim. In front of them, the once-bustling car park for 1,250 workers stands emp(...)

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