Thursday, 7 March 2019

Primark to move 220 Reading jobs to Dublin



Primark plans to move 220 jobs from its head office in Reading to the company's international headquarters in Dublin.

Syria war: Lawyers submit first war crimes cases against Assad



Human rights lawyers have filed the first cases against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.

John Lewis bonus lowest since 1950s as profits plunge



John Lewis has paid out its lowest bonus to staff since the 1950s as profits plunged last year amid "challenging" trading.

Teenager died after being stabbed in chest in west London



A teenager has died after being stabbed in the chest in west London.

High-end fashion chain LK Bennett calls in administrators threatening 500 jobs



High-end fashion chain LK Bennett has called in administrators.

Wednesday, 6 March 2019

IS militants 'caught trying to escape' last Syria enclave



About 400 Islamic State militants have been captured trying to escape the last piece of land the group holds in Syria, a US-backed militia says.

Brexit talks see no breakthrough European Commission says


 

Brexit negotiations "have been difficult" and "no solution has been identified" to the Irish backstop, the European Commission has said.

Hundreds of passengers stranded at Kenya's main international airport


 


Hundreds of passengers were stranded at Kenya's main international airport after a strike caused major disruption to flights.