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Q3 mortgage approvals up by a third as mortgage market recovery continues

There was a significant increase in mortgage approvals in September, but the value of mortgages drawn down in the latest quarter was ...
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Accountants plead with Johnson for NI customs solution

Tax practitioners have written to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to urgently seek some temporary mechanism to ease custom disruption ...
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‘Use your tax deadline extension to invest in pension’: advice for thousands who have an extra four weeks to pay

THOUSANDS of self-employed people and PAYE workers with non-taxed income have an extra four weeks to file a tax return. ...
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UK retail sales growth beat expectations in September

British retail sales beat expectations in September to cap a record quarter of growth that took total sales volumes further ...
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70 days until Brexit transition ends – Coveney

The Minister for Foreign Affairs has called on all Irish businesses who rely on suppliers, producers, clients and customers from ...
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Barnier says ‘every day counts’ as Brexit talks continue

Post-Brexit trade talks between the UK and European Union will continue in London as Michel Barnier said both sides have ...
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Varadkar stresses wisdom of managing public finances ‘soundly’

The Tánaiste has said the framework for the upcoming National Economic Plan would have to be based on the wisdom ...
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Sterling holds near new highs as Brexit talks restart

The pound slipped slightly this morning, but remained close to six-week highs it touched on the previous day after news ...
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EU and UK negotiators to resume stalled post-Brexit talks in London

EU and UK negotiators will resume talks in London later today after both sides agreed to set out an intensified ...
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