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Typically, round about now, many of us would be sitting in the sunshine sipping a €3 glass of wine, eating a €10 plate of tapas or moules frites and w(...)

Supermarket group Sainsbury’s saw growth slow sharply from a year earlier when shoppers stocked up for a first Covid-19 lockdown. Photograph: Michael McHugh/PA Wire

British supermarket group Sainsbury’s on Tuesday beat expectations for first-quarter sales, though growth did slow sharply reflecting a tough comparis(...)

James Doherty, right, and his brother Matt on the factory floor of Doherty’s Meats in Pennyburn Industrial Estate in Derry. Photograph: Joe Dunne

It’s not every day you hear your business name-checked in the House of Commons. Last month SDLP leader Colum Eastwood challenged Northern Secretary B(...)

Paper and packaging giant, Smurfit Kappa Group, rose 1.4% to €44.55. File photograph: Getty

European stocks rose on Monday, led by growth-exposed sectors, as encouraging comments from central bank head Christine Lagarde boosted optimism over (...)

Just Eat Takeaway was  the top gainer in London as its orders jumped  79%  in the first quarter

European shares hovered just below all-time highs on Tuesday, little changed by US inflation data that suggested the Federal Reserve’s accommodative (...)

‘Your first habit should be turning your clothes inside out and reading the label,’ says De Castro. Photograph: iStock

There is a rip in the armpit of Orsola de Castro’s jumper. She raises her hand high in the air so I can see it: a slash of pale skin peeks from tomato(...)

British Airways and Aer Lingus owner IAG gained 3.2% even after it recorded a €7.43 billion loss last year. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European stocks closed lower on Friday, ending three weeks of gains as investors booked profits in technology and commodity-linked shares due to conce(...)

England’s Paul Gascoigne dejected after the  semi-final defeat to West Germany at the 1990 World Cup at the Stadio delle Alpi in  Turin. Photograph: Inpho/Getty

Some books stay with you forever. Lines from them take up residence in your brain, rather than just passing through in the gush of everything else you(...)

Irish Sea border criticised in graffiti on Sandy Row in Belfast: the sea border was introduced for trade between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK due to Brexit. Photograph: Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Traditional Unionist Voice leader Jim Allister on Wednesday unveiled his plot for a mini-insurrection against the Northern Ireland protocol, albeit a (...)

Photograph: Will Oliver/EPA

Tesco, Britain’s biggest retailer, has experienced some disruption to supplies, particularly to Ireland, North and South, since a post-Brexit trade de(...)

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