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A stuffed British bulldog toy is held by a Pro-EU demonstrator outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA

The SDLP has called for an “Irish solution to a European problem” by ensuring that Northern Ireland is conferred with unique legal status during the B(...)

Danske stressed the uncertainty surrounding forecasts at the moment. Photograph: iStock

Northern Ireland may bypass an “outright recession” but the Brexit decision has put the brakes on the economy which is expected to grow this year by j(...)

 Stephen Gethins told an SDLP Brexit forum in Belfast the decision of the majority in Northern Ireland and Scotland to stay in the EU must be respected as much as the decision of those in England and Wales to quit. File photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images

Scotland and Northern Ireland must be fully represented and consulted in all and any negotiations ahead of any formal move to take the UK out of the E(...)

Dark days in Belfast: Brexit referendum result has potential to create shock waves in the North. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

Just 10 days ago Mike Thomson was happily converting Parisians to the delights of his Young Buck cheese and dreaming of a Northern Ireland victory at (...)

Chamber president Stephen McCully said: “Although a clear majority of the businesspeople we surveyed continue to express a preference to remain in the European Union, the gap between Remain and Leave has narrowed in recent weeks.”

Three out of four senior businesspeople in the North have said they will vote for the UK to remain in the EU, according to the results of a new Northe(...)

Brexit could have a huge impact on Northern Ireland’s tourism industry, says the report by economist Paul MacFlynn. Photograph: Derek Cullen

Brexit represents a “disproportionate risk for Northern Ireland in the short to medium term” as the North is likely to be the region “most affected” b(...)

UK prime minister, David Cameron  and  Taoiseach Enda Kenny as they prepared to discuss Brexit late last year Photograph: PA Wire

The forthcoming Brexit referendum in the UK has the “potential to drag down investment levels” in the North and is one of the “biggest risks” facing t(...)

The North’s long-term jobless rate of 58 per cent is nearly twice that of the UK

The number of people claiming jobless benefits fell in the North last month by 1,000. But the latest labour market statistics also show that the numbe(...)

The Danske Bank study reveals that the lowest levels of consumer confidence were displayed in Carrickfergus and Antrim

Northern Ireland’s £600 million budget “black hole” may be starting to hit consumer confidence levels according to a new report which looks at the fin(...)

Business in Northern Ireland broadly welcome UK chancellor George Osborne’s budget.

It could be a challenge for some Northern Ireland firms to cope with one of the biggest surprises of the UK’s summer budget – the introduction of a ne(...)

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