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Bernard Ingham: Maverick Trump shows us how to get tough with the EU

SO was the Devil confounded? Or is President Donald Trump owt for tuppence, a bag of egotistical wind and a load of brazen smarm? Where does his eventful visit to the UK leave us?

Paul Webb chief executive of Synectics

Synectics records ‘very strong’ performance in gaming sector

SURVEILLANCE firm Synectics said it had produced a solid performance in the first half of the financial year, as it continues to invest in its research and development (R&D) centre in Sheffield.

Slime Toys PICS: Which?

Warning over 'slime toys' available on Amazon containing high levels of chemical that could cause harm to unborn babies

Parents should be wary that some children's slime products may contain higher than recommended levels of a chemical, a consumer watchdog has said.

The City of London. Royal Mail has provided an update for the City. Photo Ian West/PA Wire

Royal Mail sees ongoing uncertainty over personal data rules

Royal Mail has said firms remain uncertain over the recent shake-up of personal data rules as it continued to see a buoyant parcels business offset by falling letter deliveries.

What is the future of the North York Moors/

The Yorkshire Post says: When will politicians value the rural economy?

THE NEW action plan for the North York Moors mirrors, in many respects, the policy challenges facing the Yorkshire Dales and other national parks across the country. Unless more job opportunities are created, and a new generation of affordable housing built, the erosion of key public services and amenities will continue.


Officials accepted Virgin Trains East Coast bid despite believing it was overly ambitious

Department for Transport officials have admitted accepting a bid from now-collapsed Virgin Trains East Coast to run services on the East Coast Main Line despite believing it was overly ambitious, MPs heard yesterday.

Jeff Bearcroft managing director of Tate Consulting

‘Foreign investors are looking to snap up property in the UK’

GROWING numbers of foreign investors are looking to snap up assets in the UK property market due to the decline in value of the pound, according to a leading figure at a Yorkshire engineering company.

TCS has completed the development and occupation of Merrion House

TCS protects itself from high street turmoil

Property firm Town Centre Securities (TCS) said it has protected itself from “​the worst of the turmoil on the high street” by lowering its exposure to retail.

Louisa Harrison-Walker. Picture Scott Merrylees

Businesses across Sheffield City Region face ‘more challenging times’

MANY BUSINESSES across the Sheffield City Region are facing more challenging times, a major business event was told.

Managing Partner, Tim Halstead of Shulmans

Shulmans reels in record profits during ‘exceptional year’

LAW firm Shulmans today revealed that it has enjoyed an “exceptional year” as it reported strong growth in turnover and profits.

Big business must do more to stop modern slavery, says Greg Wright

Greg Wright: We must act now to stop modern slavery

THE hot, dusty weather will probably have left its mark on your car.

Former JLS star JB Gill has thrown his weight behind an initiative to improve farm safety.

Deaths of children spark JLS star turned pig farmer to back campaign to improve farm safety

Former JLS star JB Gill has thrown his weight behind an initiative to improve farm safety for both staff and children after it emerged agriculture is still one of the most dangerous industries to work in.

Kevin Hollinrake is the Thirsk and Malton MP.

Kevin Hollinrake: Tribunal could bring deceitful banks to heel

I HAVE been lucky to have had the opportunity to start and build a business over 25 years, starting from small beginnings and building it into a large national organisation. I could not have done that without the support of banks, who in the main provide a good, vital service to businesspeople across the UK.

St Brides was designed by the celebrated architect, Professor Andy MacMillan

Yorkshire firm lends expertise to iconic Scottish church

The award-winning York Handmade Brick Company said it has played a crucial role in the restoration of one of Scotland’s most iconic churches.

Yorkshire confidence is on the rise

Yorkshire confidence is on the rise

Business confidence in Yorkshire has risen eight points to 23 per cent in the past six months, according to the latest Business in Britain report from Lloyds Bank.

Sky@LeedsDock is at the centre of Sky's digital development

Yorkshire team at forefront of Sky innovation

The Yorkshire-based team at broadcaster Sky is preparing to launch a high tech solution to help solve customers' broadband issues.

Morrisons is enjoying a 'colleague-led turnaround'

Thousands of Morrisons staff to gain reward after share price rises

More than 7,900 Morrisons staff will receive shares or a cheque averaging nearly £4,000 this month as a result of a scheme that allows them to save for Morrisons shares.

Dan Jarvis was elected Sheffield City Region Mayor in May after promising to pursue a One Yorkshire devolution deal.

Jarvis says Ministers must get 'constructive' on One Yorkshire devolution

Yorkshire’s only elected Mayor Dan Jarvis has urged Ministers to hold “constructive” and “collaborative” talks about a region-wide devolution deal backed by almost all its civic leaders.

The City of London skyline. Halfords has hired a new chief financial officer. Photo: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Halfords poaches senior figure from Waitrose

RETAILER HALFORDS has poached a senior figure from Waitrose to replace outgoing finance chief Jonny Mason.

White Rose queues

'Tears all round' as 'DISTRAUGHT' children miss out on Build-a-Bear Workshop special offer in Leeds

Bargain hunters in Leeds were left disappointed after being turned away from Build-a-Bear Workshop in the White Rose Centre during their 'Pay Your Age' promotion yesterday.

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