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Greencore to stockpile in UK in the event of a hard Brexit

Greencore is ready to stockpile ingredients in the UK and change recipes in the event of a hard Brexit that could hit supply lines, according to UK managing director Peter Hayden.

British property firm Round Hill acquires site for Cork student project

A British property firm has acquired a site in Cork with planning permission for student accommodation.

Impax Asset Management plans Ireland subsidiary in preparation for Brexit

Impax Asset Management is planning to establish a subsidiary in Ireland to deal with the potential fallout from Brexit, as it reports a "landmark" year of rising AUM and profits.

Britain's carmaking sector warns on Brexit no-deal 'catastrophe' for the industry

Britain's carmaking sector warned on Tuesday that a no-deal Brexit would be a "catastrophe" for the industry, two weeks ahead of a key parliamentary vote on London's proposed deal with Brussels.

Black Friday sales in Britain fall year-on-year

Black Friday spending in Britain fell year-on-year, credit card data showed on Friday, dealing a blow to retailers who had hoped for strong sales at the start of the Christmas shopping season.

Sales worth more than £7bn forecasted across Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the UK

Shoppers in Britain were poised to carry on splashing the cash into Cyber Monday, with some forecasts suggesting they planned to spend more than £7bn across Black Friday and the online shopping day.

Gazumping falls across UK housing market but the practice is still very high in London

The amount of gazumping going on in the British housing market has fallen but London still sees the biggest amount of the frowned upon practice.

House rebuilding costs in Ireland increase on average by over 5%

House rebuilding costs in Ireland have increased on average of by 5.5% nationally over last 12 months, mostly due to an increase in building activity.

UK oil industry could be damaged by lack of clarity around brexit deal

The UK’s draft withdrawal agreement for leaving the European Union lacks clarity, which could be damaging to the UK oil and gas industry with increased costs for retaining skilled workers, analysts warn.

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.