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(Reuters) - JD Sports Fashion Plc said on Monday it expected full-year headline profit at the upper end of market expectations, as Britain’s biggest sportswear retailer did not cut prices for products and maintained its margins. JD, which owns brands such as Footpatrol and Cloggs, said it expects headline profit before tax between 325 million pounds ($417.72 million) and 352...
Wegen eines Streits um die Einkaufspreise nimmt die Supermarktkette Kaufland rund 480 Produkte des Unilever-Konzerns aus den Regalen. Betroffen sind unter anderem Marken wie Knorr, Langnese, Lipton oder Axe, wie kaufland Montag auf anfrage Mitteilte. Zuvor hatte die „Lebensmittel Zeitung“ darüber berichtet. Lieferpreise kurzfristig drastisch erhöht Unilever habe die Lieferpreise kurzfristig drastisch erhöht, hieß es in der Mitteilung zur Begründung. Kaufland werde das...
Colette Browne: 'Corbyn's not up to the job of halting the Brexit death spiral consuming both Labour and Tories alike' Jeremy Corbyn. Photo: PA With the Tories fighting like rats in a sack over how to deliver Brexit, what the British people need is a political Pied Piper to chase them from government. Regrettably, what they are stuck with is a...
Belgian PM quits after government collapses in wake of migration row Resignation: Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel. Photo: Reuters Charles Michel resigned as prime minister of Belgium last night after his coalition government collapsed in the face of virulent opposition to his signing of a UN migration pact from his erstwhile partners. Mr Michel, a French-speaking liberal, lost the support of the...
Tragic Jastine (24) died of asphyxia, inquest told Jastine Valdez was murdered in May by Mark Hennessy Murder victim Jastine Valdez died of asphyxia, an inquest into her death heard. The 24-year-old student was abducted in Enniskerry, Co Wicklow, on Saturday, May 19 last. She took the 5.40pm bus from Bray to Enniskerry and arrived in Enniskerry village at around 6pm. She was...
Willie Kealy: 'We still can't bet that Brexit will actually happen' EU's no-nonsense approach has earned our trust, but means Theresa May is running out of options, writes Willie Kealy 'Keeping in mind that nobody knows anything - still - I think I will leave my money on that each-way bet for the foreseeable future.' Stock photo: PA Wire/PA Images The notoriously...
Ewan MacKenna: 'When the brilliance of Mourinho is perceived to have stopped, the man who was once a mad genius can seem merely mad' Jose Mourinho. Photo: Getty Images The story goes that in the lead-up to a London gig last year, the master of ceremonies was talking to Jose Mourinho about his planned introduction. It involved a reference to the Portuguese...
Airport reaches milestone of 30 million passengers Dublin Airport Dublin Airport has reached a major milestone after it recorded 30 million passengers passing through its terminals in a single year - with the busy Christmas period still to come. It's the first time in its 78-year history that more than 30 million passengers have used the airport in a single year. Passenger numbers...

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Oil and gas exploration bill stuck in Dail limbo People Before Profit TD Brid Smith sponsors the bill A bill designed to stop new oil and gas exploration licences being issued for Irish waters is in procedural limbo. An Oireachtas committee of TDs and Senators was split 6-6 yesterday on whether to send the bill to the Dail for the next stage...

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