Friday, May 24, 2019
Home Blog Page 2
Bank of England's Mark Carney says UK would suffer hit without Brexit deal We can reach a Brexit deal parliament can support - May Theresa May has no plans to resign this summer Mark Carney. Photo: Reuters Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said there would be a hit to Britain's economy in the short-term if the country leaves the European...
Outpatient clinics to resume as normal today following suspension of nurses’ strike Simon Harris. Photo: PA Outpatient clinics are to resume as normal today following the suspension of the nurses’ strike. However patients whose appointment for surgery was cancelled are asked to wait until they are contacted by their hospital first before confirming if the procedure is going ahead. All staff will be...
Danes test out ski slope built on top of incineration plant The lower half of the slope at the Amager Resource Centre in Copenhagen has opened to the public. Skiers use a slope on top of an incinerator plant, in Copenhagen (Mads Claus Rasmussen/Ritzau Scanpix via AP) Danish skiers and snowboarders are testing out an artificial ski slope above an incineration plant...
The Irish men and women who made this year's Forbes' '30 under 30' list Edel Browne. Pic. Michel Dillon A 21-year-old Galway woman joins five other talented Irish people who have just made the 2019 Forbes' '30 Under 30' Europe list. Edel Browne started working on her Free Feet business at the age of 15 for a BT Young Scientist project competition. She...
Watch: The late Gordon Banks will be forever remembered for the 'greatest ever save' to deny Pele Gordon Banks denies Pele in 1970File photo dated 21-01-2018 of Gordon Banks during his speech at the Football Writers Association Tribute Night at The Savoy, London. John Walton/PA Wire.File photo dated 27-10-2015 of Former Stoke City goalkeeper Gordon Banks. David Davies/PA Wire.File photo...
UK economic growth expected to have slowed in fourth quarter Economists believe that gross domestic product (GDP) growth slowed to 0.3% in the three months to December. Growth in the UK economy likely slowed in the fourth quarter (Kirsty O’Connor/PA) UK economic growth is expected to have slowed in the final quarter of last year but economists warned against viewing the data...
Burglar who cut himself breaking into Pizza Hut returned to scene to wash away blood with Pepsi, court hears William Trotter, 37, who appeared at Newcastle Crown Court on February 4 Photo credit: Northumbria Police/PA WireCCTV of William Trotter mopping up blood prior to trying to wash away a trail of blood with a bottle of Pepsi Photo credit: Northumbria...
Tata posts record $4bn loss on Jaguar woes, shares crash Jaguar Land Rover staff in England Jaguar Land Rover's owner Tata Motors stunned markets by posting the biggest-ever quarterly loss in Indian corporate history of about $4bn on slumping China sales, sending its shares crashing as much as 30pc. Tata Motors also warned that the Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) unit, which brings...
Children's hospital saga: Harris apologises in Dáil as he gives 'personal explanation' on response to costs question Health Minister Simon Harris. Photo: Steve HumphreysHealth Minister Simon Harris is under pressure over the rising costs of the hospital (Niall Carson/PA Wire) HEALTH Minister Simon Harris has apologised to the Dáil for not answering questions on the cost of the National Children’s Hospital...
Judge appeals for help finding girl 'living with mother in camper van' Ruby McKay-Uhd, who is thought to be living in a camper van with her mother. A High Court judge has issued an urgent appeal for help finding the toddler Photo: Dawson Cornwell/PA Wire A High Court judge has issued an urgent appeal for help finding a missing three-year-old girl...

MOST POPULAR

HOT NEWS