Ireland’s Health Minister gave further assurances on Thursday that women from Northern Ireland will be able to access abortions in the Republic.
The pound plummeted on Thursday as a series of ministerial resignations dealt a blow to Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
Authorities in Gibraltar are welcoming the draft Brexit deal between Britain and the European Union, saying it makes no concessions to Spain’s claims on the tiny outcrop at the tip of the Iberian Peninsula.
Enterprise chiefs have unveiled their vision for an “international, multi-use” campus in Fort William, in the wake of the closure of a diving centre in the town.
The airline with more flights from Aberdeen than any other may soon be under new ownership.
Health and wellness retailer Holland & Barrett has appointed the former boss of Homebase and Argos as chairman, as it unveiled a year of growth.
A BBC journalist has given perhaps the most honest review of Brexit by a commentator yet, in a clip which has drawn plaudits on social media.
Theresa May is today braced for a showdown with senior ministers over her Brexit divorce deal after negotiators secured a major breakthrough last night.
The customs expert who wrote a report for the European Parliament on the solution to the border post-Brexit did not visit the Irish border at the time.
Inflation is forecast to have inched up in October as energy companies up their prices ahead of next year’s default tariff cap.
More than 60% of Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland small business owners believe Brexit will negatively affect their company’s future.
Footfall in Belfast continues to plummet in the aftermath of the Primark fire.
Michael Buble has said that he “can’t wait” to celebrate the release of his first album in two years with an arena tour of the UK.
The FTSE 100 ended the week in the red as concerns over the prospect of rising US interest rates and the stand-off between Rome and Brussels conspired to hit stocks.
A footballer has joined a team with the same name as him.
Women across the UK have been using social media to raise awareness of the gender pay gap for Equal Pay Day.
The FTSE 100 made meagre gains on Thursday as markets across the globe found trading sluggish ahead of the US Federal Reserve meeting.
Accountancy firm KPMG is to stop undertaking consulting work for FTSE 350 companies where it serves as auditor to avoid conflicts of interest following a string of scandals.
Bombardier has refused to rule out job cuts in the UK as the aerospace firm announced plans to axe 5,000 roles.
BAE Systems has maintained its outlook for 2018 and said Brexit is unlikely to have a major impact on its operations.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has reaffirmed his position on the Irish backstop after being accused of a “cock-up” by Sinn Fein.
Profits at the UK’s listed companies have hit a new record for the first time in seven years thanks to a run of high oil prices, a new report showed.
Britain’s construction sector rebounded in October, but business optimism hit its weakest level in almost six years as Brexit delayed final decisions on projects.
Paddy Power Betfair has upgraded its full-year profit forecasts as high-rollers from New York splurging 1.5 million US dollars (£1.1 million) a day boosted its performance in the US.
Output in Britain’s manufacturing sector slumped to its lowest level for more than two years in October as Brexit, trade tensions and weak demand for cars conspired to leave factories reeling.
Online food firm Just Eat has warned that its full-year performance will be dented by investment in fighting off rivals and expansion into Latin America, despite revenue being on course to shoot up.
A consortium attempting to take over shopping centre giant Intu has been granted more time to make a firm offer or pull out of the £2.8 billion deal.
Bookmaker William Hill is splashing out £241 million to acquire Sweden-based online betting firm Mr Green & Co.
Online tech giants such as Amazon and Google will be slapped with a new digital services tax as part of a package of measures meant to ease the burden on the beleaguered high street.
Fishing industry representatives are to meet with the US ambassador to discuss post-Brexit trade opportunities.
Philip Hammond has warned the UK economy will have to strike out in a “different direction” if the Government is unable to agree a Brexit deal with Brussels.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has warned that the Government will have to adopt a new economic strategy if Britain leaves the European Union without a deal with Brussels.