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Hot Off The Wires - 11 October 2019


  • Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar unexpectedly declared yesterday that they saw a chance of a Brexit deal, stoking hopes that a last-ditch agreement to get the UK out of the European Union could still be in reached.

  • The housing market stumbled again in September as new sales fell after fresh listings plunged to a three-year low amid political turmoil over Brexit.

  • The film and TV industry in the UK expanded a blockbuster 9% in the three months to August, driving growth in services and rescuing the economy from a pre-Brexit recession.

  • Britain’s biggest maker of Christmas puddings, Matthew Walker, has been sold by the “chicken king” Ranjit Singh Boparan to Valeo Foods for £67m.



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