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Brexit impact on UK ‘landbridge’ may ‘adversely affect’ the food sector

The agrifood, seafood and automotive sectors will be adversely affected in particular by the impact of Brexit on the UK “landbridge,” the critical transit route linking Ireland and Europe, a new report finds.

North-South house price divide to narrow over next five years

The North-South divide in house prices will narrow in the next five years as property values in northern England rise by a fifth, a report suggests.

BlackRock to keep its EMEA headquarters in UK post Brexit

BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, will keep its biggest European operation and regional headquarters in Britain after Brexit, moving "only very few" roles to expanded offices in the Netherlands and France, according to a memo to staff.

Report highlights disparity between the rise in cost of leasehold and freehold properties.....

Property investment platform, British Pearl, has released a report highlighting the disparity between the rise in cost of leasehold and freehold properties in the UK.

Oil at two-week low as it extends losses amid global stock markets rout

Oil fell to two-week lows on Thursday as it extended losses from the previous session amid a rout in global stock markets, with prices also hit by an industry report showing U.S. crude inventories rose more than expected.

Ovo Energy profits down by two-thirds

One of the largest challengers to the Big Six energy giants has revealed a two-thirds slump in profits last year due to rising costs ahead of a crackdown on energy bills.

Fashion chain French Connection confirms it may be up for sale

Struggling fashion chain French Connection has confirmed it may be up for sale, following reports that the company’s founder wants to sell his 42% stake.

Unilever abandons plans to move headquarters to Rotterdam

Unilever, Britain’s third biggest company, has abandoned plans to move its headquarters out of the UK amid mounting opposition from investors.

Deliveroo losses up 43 per cent even as sales double

Despite the impressive growth in sales, the privately owned company recorded an increase in losses by 43 percent following major investments.

Scotland on track to meet its ambitious affordable housing target

The Scottish Government is on track to meet its ambitious affordable housing target, new statistics show, with 78,000 built since 2007.