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Live: Lime Street latest after wall collapse means NO trains in and out of station - Liverpool Echo;

Live: Lime Street latest after wall collapse means NO trains in and out of station - Liverpool Echo

Liverpool EchoLive: Lime Street latest after wall collapse means NO trains in and out of stationLiverpool EchoAll services from Liverpool Lime Street to Manchester, Warrington and Wigan are currently suspended. Customers are advised not to plan travel on Northern routes in and out of Liverpool although a limited number of services linked to replacement bus ...Liverpool rail line closed after wall collapses on to tracksEchoNo Liverpool Lime Street trains 'for days' after wall collapseBBC NewsNo trains at Liverpool Lime Street station after wall collapsed on tracksITV Newsall 5 news articles »

US Dollar Gains, Yen Falls as Trump Trade Finds New Life - DailyFX;

US Dollar Gains, Yen Falls as Trump Trade Finds New Life - DailyFX

DailyFXUS Dollar Gains, Yen Falls as Trump Trade Finds New LifeDailyFXCurrency markets were left a bit bewildered after US President Trump gave a much-anticipated speech to a joint session of Congress. The US Dollar edged fractionally lower from intraday highs as Trump spoke only to find a floor and erase much of the ...and more »

Major regeneration plans for Belfast waterfront site - BBC News;

Major regeneration plans for Belfast waterfront site - BBC News

BBC NewsMajor regeneration plans for Belfast waterfront siteBBC NewsA developer has announced fresh plans for the regeneration of a major waterfront site in Belfast. The Sirocco site covers 16 acres along the River Lagan between Bridge End and the Albertbridge Road. A consortium led by the Warwickshire-based St Francis ...More than 5000 jobs to be created with £400m regeneration of Belfast's Sirocco QuaysBelfast LivePlans for £400m redevelopment of Sirocco site revealedITV NewsLong-awaited £400m plan for Sirocco Quays regenerationBelfast NewsletterBuilding Design -the Irish News -Property Weekall 9 news articles »

Sir Philip Green: 'Still stains' despite BHS pension deal - BBC News;

Sir Philip Green: 'Still stains' despite BHS pension deal - BBC News

BBC NewsSir Philip Green: 'Still stains' despite BHS pension dealBBC NewsRetail tycoon Sir Philip Green's £363m payment to the BHS pension scheme does not wipe away the stains from his reputation, a senior MP has said. Business committee chairman Iain Wright told the Daily Mirror letting him keep his title would be the ...Shamed tycoon Sir Philip Green pays £363m to BHS pension scheme in desperate bid to cling on to knighthoodScottish Daily RecordSir Philip Green's BHS payout 'doesn't wipe stains from his reputation clean'BT.comGreen's BHS pension hole plug greeted with faint praiseFinancial TimesThe Guardian -City A.M. -Belfast Telegraph -This is Moneyall 93 news articles »

Nissan asks UK to invest £100m in car parts industry or risk future of its Sunderland plant - International Business Times UK;

Nissan asks UK to invest £100m in car parts industry or risk future of its Sunderland plant - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKNissan asks UK to invest £100m in car parts industry or risk future of its Sunderland plantInternational Business Times UKThe company says the cost of car parts being sourced from overseas could go up amid potential tariffs post Brexit. By Kedar Grandhi. March 1, 2017 05:30 GMT. Nissan car plant, Sunderland Nissan UK is currently sourcing 85% of its components from Japan, ...Brexit means taxpayers need to support supply chain, says NissanThe GuardianNissan asks for £100m supplier fund to safeguard UK car industryFinancial TimesNissan may 'adjust' UK business after Brexit deal finalisedBelfast TelegraphBusiness Insider -ChronicleLive -Mirror.co.uk -City A.M.all 20 news articles »

UK's long-delayed digital strategy looks to AI but is locked to Brexit - TechCrunch;

UK's long-delayed digital strategy looks to AI but is locked to Brexit - TechCrunch

TechCrunchUK's long-delayed digital strategy looks to AI but is locked to BrexitTechCrunchThe UK government is due to publish its long awaited Digital Strategy later today, about a year later than originally slated. Existing delays having been compounded by the shock of Brexit. Drafts of the strategy framework seen by TechCrunch suggest its ...The government's tapping up Lloyds, Barclays and Google for digital skillsCity A.M.Government digital strategy promises focus on skills and industry partnershipsComputerWeekly.comHaigh criticises “meagre” digital planYorkshire PostWired.co.uk -Silicon UK -Electronics Weekly -Huffington Post UKall 11 news articles »

Dyson shrugs off Brexit fears with massive UK expansion plan - The Guardian;

Dyson shrugs off Brexit fears with massive UK expansion plan - The Guardian

The GuardianDyson shrugs off Brexit fears with massive UK expansion planThe GuardianSir James Dyson at his company's current headquarters in Malmesbury, Wiltshire. Photograph: Adrian Sherratt/Rex Features. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on Pinterest · Share ...Dyson to open second tech campus in HullavingtonBBC NewsDyson to increase UK base tenfold as it buys ex-RAF base to satisfy expansion plansTelegraph.co.ukDyson shrugs off Brexit fears by unveiling plans to expand UK workforce and open new siteThe IndependentBelfast Telegraph -International Business Times UK -Dezeen -Malay Mail Onlineall 22 news articles »

Tory £1bn inheritance tax cut 'will worsen north-south divide' - The Guardian;

Tory £1bn inheritance tax cut 'will worsen north-south divide' - The Guardian

The GuardianTory £1bn inheritance tax cut 'will worsen north-south divide'The GuardianRachel Reeves in her Leeds West constituency, where just six properties were worth more than £650,000 in 2015-16. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing optionsTories' £1bn inheritance tax giveaway will help just 26000 wealthy familiesMirror.co.ukHow to reduce your inheritance tax liabilityEast Midlands Business Link (press release)New Inheritance Tax relief set to benefit many Cambridge home ownersCambridge Networkall 7 news articles »

FTSE 100 struggles for direction as markets await Trump's address to Congress - Telegraph.co.uk;

FTSE 100 struggles for direction as markets await Trump's address to Congress - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFTSE 100 struggles for direction as markets await Trump's address to CongressTelegraph.co.ukOutsourcing group Capita, one of the hardest hit in the post-Brexit sell-off, could find itself demoted from the FTSE 100 into the mid-cap index when positions of the FTSE 100 constituents are reviewed after close of play this tomorrow. The company ...FTSE 100 preview: Index looking up after Trump speechiNVEZZFTSE 100 shares tip higher, engineers in vogue ahead of Trump cardProactive Investors UKGKN results cheer City on bumper day for blue-chip stocksSky NewsDIGITALLOOK -Stock Market Wire -Investing.com UK -London South East (registration) (blog)all 18 news articles »

Firms urged to publish ethnic breakdown - BBC News;

Firms urged to publish ethnic breakdown - BBC News

BBC NewsFirms urged to publish ethnic breakdownBBC NewsA government-backed review has called for many firms to publish a breakdown of their workforce by race and pay. The report by Baroness McGregor-Smith said the economy could receive a £24bn annual boost if businesses stamped out ethnic inequality.Ethnic job targets to boost economy by £24bn per yearSky NewsUK companies 'holding back black and ethnic minority workers'Financial TimesFTSE firms should publish a breakdown of their workforce by race and pay band, says government-backed reviewCity A.M.Belfast Telegraph -BuzzFeed News -Business MattersBusiness Matters -The Times (subscription)all 9 news articles »

Theresa May's plan to trigger Brexit next month clears major hurdle in Lords - The Independent;

Theresa May's plan to trigger Brexit next month clears major hurdle in Lords - The Independent

The IndependentTheresa May's plan to trigger Brexit next month clears major hurdle in LordsThe IndependentThe Government has defeated the first challenge in the Lords to its plan to trigger Brexit negotiations next month. Peers voted against an amendment to the Brexit Bill demanding the UK retains its membership of the European single market. The 229 to ...Edelman Trust Barometer identifies 'generation angst' who deem Brexit a 'poisoned legacy'PRWeekJapanese public deeply skeptical of corporate leadersNikkei Asian ReviewNew National Survey Reveals Just How Little The Next Generation Of Voters Trust Britain's Political LeadersHuffington Post UKThe Drumall 7 news articles »

Sterling under pressure amid talk of second Scottish independence referendum - Belfast Telegraph;

Sterling under pressure amid talk of second Scottish independence referendum - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphSterling under pressure amid talk of second Scottish independence referendumBelfast TelegraphSterling came under pressure on Monday as investors fretted about the prospects of a second Scottish independence referendum, which could compound Brexit uncertainties. The pound was flat against the US dollar at 1.246 after falling as much as 0.5% in ...Indyref2: How and when will new vote be called?The ScotsmanPound under pressure on new Brexit worries - as it happenedThe GuardianPound weakens amid Brexit-related jittersIrish IndependentInternational Business Times UK -Euro Exchange Rate News -The Times (subscription) -Market Movesall 52 news articles »

'He was a man with incredible vision': Tributes pour in for titan, 82, who built fashion empire then the Shard - This is Money;

'He was a man with incredible vision': Tributes pour in for titan, 82, who built fashion empire then the Shard - This is Money

This is Money'He was a man with incredible vision': Tributes pour in for titan, 82, who built fashion empire then the ShardThis is MoneyThe property tycoon Irvine Sellar, who once founded a famous sixties fashion store and later developed the Shard skyscraper in London, has died at the age of 82 after a short illness. In a career that spanned 65 years, Sellar is hailed as being one of ...London Shard developer Irvine Sellar dies at 82Financial TimesUK property sector pays tribute to the late Irvine SellarCity A.M.Property developer Irvine Sellar dies aged 78Architects' JournalProperty Week -Evening Standard -Construction News -PR Newswire UK (press release)all 25 news articles »

BMW considers making electric Mini outside UK due to Brexit worries - The Guardian;

BMW considers making electric Mini outside UK due to Brexit worries - The Guardian

The GuardianBMW considers making electric Mini outside UK due to Brexit worriesThe GuardianA Mini comes off the assembly line at its factory in Cowley, near Oxford. Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on Pinterest · Share on ...Brexit could count against UK as base for electric Mini - sourceReuters UKBrexit fallout leaves BMW considering alternatives for Mini plantDIGITALLOOKBMW May Move Planned Electric Mini Production To Germany, From UKCleanTechnicaautoevolution -Autocar -Times of India -just-auto.com (subscription)all 28 news articles »

Are small, unbranded Waterstones stores really a threat to independent bookshops? - The Guardian;

Are small, unbranded Waterstones stores really a threat to independent bookshops? - The Guardian

The GuardianAre small, unbranded Waterstones stores really a threat to independent bookshops?The GuardianWhen is a Trojan horse not a Trojan horse? When it is a branch of Waterstones. So says managing director James Daunt, eager to reassure retailers and readers after the chain came under fire for opening three unbranded branches in the past three years ...Waterstones deserves to be judged by its bookshop cover-upSpectator.co.uk (blog)Let's Articulate #17: Are Books Better From Bookstores Or Charity Shops?Impact MagazineDon't judge a bookshop by its cover, shoppers warned, as Waterstones opens three unbranded storesTelegraph.co.ukThe Sun -BBC News -Evening Standard -Gizmodo UKall 20 news articles »

NHS faces £1bn annual bill after 'reckless' change to injury payouts - The Guardian;

NHS faces £1bn annual bill after 'reckless' change to injury payouts - The Guardian

The GuardianNHS faces £1bn annual bill after 'reckless' change to injury payoutsThe GuardianThe NHS faces a new bill of £1bn each year due to changes to the so-called Ogden discount rate used to calculate payouts. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on ...Insurers shocked by reform to compensation payoutsBBC NewsCar insurance hit by compensation changes: Why are motorists' insurance premiums set to soar?ITV NewsMotorists facing hike in insurance premiums after compensation rule changeBT.comInternational Business Times UK -Express.co.uk -Financial Times -The Independentall 76 news articles »

London Stock Exchange says Deutsche Boerse merger in doubt - The Guardian;

London Stock Exchange says Deutsche Boerse merger in doubt - The Guardian

The GuardianLondon Stock Exchange says Deutsche Boerse merger in doubtThe GuardianA woman walks past the London Stock Exchange building in the City of London. LSE has said its Deutsche Boerse merger in doubt. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters. London Stock Exchange. London Stock Exchange says Deutsche Boerse merger in ...LSE merger with Deutsche Börse in doubt after 'disproportionate' demands from BrusselsTelegraph.co.ukLondon Stock Exchange/Deutsche Boerse merger in doubtBBC NewsLSE, Deutsche Boerse deal in jeopardy as EU set to blockReuters UKFinancial Times -New York Times -City A.M. -MarketWatchall 25 news articles »

Small firms facing business rates hike expect hit to profits, survey shows - Belfast Telegraph;

Small firms facing business rates hike expect hit to profits, survey shows - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphSmall firms facing business rates hike expect hit to profits, survey showsBelfast TelegraphShadow business secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey has called for. 1 1 Shadow business secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey has called for "immediate" relief before thousands of firms go out of business. Most small companies facing hikes in business rates when ...Business rates a 'ticking time bomb' for small firmsBBC NewsPlanned business rates hikes could see a FIFTH of high street shops forced to shut, industry experts warnThe SunBusiness rates a `ticking time bomb´ for small companies, Labour saysDaily MailFarnham Heraldall 6 news articles »

Strawberries to reach supermarket shelves ahead of schedule - Belfast Telegraph;

Strawberries to reach supermarket shelves ahead of schedule - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphStrawberries to reach supermarket shelves ahead of scheduleBelfast TelegraphBritish-grown strawberries are hitting supermarket shelves this week, more than two months before the start of the traditional season. According to British Summer Fruits, a growers' association, the berry season officially starts on May 1 and lasts ...Strawberry deals forever? British fruit in shops two months earlyThe Guardianall 2 news articles »

Savers hoping for flexible retirement face working into late 70s, expert warns - Belfast Telegraph;

Savers hoping for flexible retirement face working into late 70s, expert warns - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphSavers hoping for flexible retirement face working into late 70s, expert warnsBelfast TelegraphMillions of pension savers hoping to gradually phase in their retirement could find themselves working into their late 70s or beyond to achieve the lifestyle enjoyed by previous generations, a report warns. Sir Steve Webb, a former pensions minister ...Why a gradual retirement may mean working into your 80s to get the lifestyle enjoyed by previous generationsDaily MailMillions face wait until late-70s for retirementThe Times (subscription)all 5 news articles »