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UK car production hit by ‘perfect storm’

Image copyright Getty Images The number of cars made in the UK fell last month after domestic demand plunged due to what the industry body called a “perfect storm of events”. Production fell 5.5% in…

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Boro friendly abandoned due to storm

The match was 0-0 when it was abandoned at half-time Storm weather conditions forced the abandonment of Middlesbrough’s pre-season game against Sunderland amid safety concerns. Torrential rain, lightning and thunder began midway through the first…



Little terns at Gronant dunes defy storm for a record year

Image copyright North Wales Little Tern Group Image caption The little terns return each April from Africa to nest in the dunes, feeding on sand eels It may be one of the UK’s smallest and…


Travel disruption as Storm Hector sweeps across Scotland

Image copyright Vicki HM Dale Image caption This tree came down on Glasgow’s Great Western Road, resulting in part of the road being closed Travel disruption is affecting much of Scotland as Storm Hector sweeps…


Travel disruption as Storm Hector leaves debris trail

Image caption Hector is the eighth named storm of 2017-2018 Storm Hector is causing travel disruption across Northern Ireland, as strong winds brought down trees overnight. Gusts in Belfast reached 60mph. The Met Office said…


How convenience stores are surviving the retail storm

Image caption Aris sets up his stall on Camberwell Church Street in London The fruit and vegetables lining the front of the grocers, Cruson, in Camberwell Church Street in London are tempting – but not…


High Street crisis: Nuneaton’s bid to survive retail ‘storm’

Image caption Next year sees the 200th anniversary of the birth of author George Eliot, perhaps Nuneaton’s most famous occupant Britain’s high streets are in crisis with retailers fighting a “perfect storm” of pressures including…


‘Perfect storm’ for retailers, warns McDonald’s boss

Britain’s retailers are facing “a perfect storm” that will see businesses squeezed and more corporate failures, according to the UK boss of McDonald’s. In an exclusive interview for Sky News, Paul Pomroy said he had…



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