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19 Feb
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Corbyn shaken as 8th MP quits to join Independent Group

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's grip on his party was shaken on Tuesday as an eighth MP resigned in protest over failure to deal with antisemitism.

19 Feb
Bank of Georgia FY profits up as mortgages, SME lending on rise

Bank of Georgia Group said annual profits rose 11. 8% as it said unsecured consumer loans would moderate but expected to deliver solid growth in mortgages and SME lending.

19 Feb
Spectris warns of moderating sales growth in 2019; Adjusted profits rise

Instrumentation maker Spectris said full year pre-tax profits fell 22% to £218m as it warned of moderating sales growth in 2019.

19 Feb
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FirstGroup revenues rise 13.7% despite fall in bus passengers

Transport operator FirstGroup on Tuesday said revenues grew 13. 7% in the year to date as the company maintained its outlook for the full year.

19 Feb
Primary Health Properties in €11.4m Ireland care centre deal

Primary Health Properties said it would fund and buy a purpose built primary care centre in the Republic of Ireland for €11. 4m.

19 Feb
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Cobham to take £160m hit from Boeing dispute

Aerospace engineer Cobham said it would take a £160m hit from its dispute with Boeing over the KC-46 aerial refuelling contract.

19 Feb
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888 buys bingo portfolio for £18m

Online gambling firm 888 said was buying a portfolio of bingo brands from JPG Group's Jet for £18m.

19 Feb
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BHP interims miss forecasts as profits fall 8%

Mining giant BHP on Tuesday reported an 8% fall in first-half profits on the back of lower copper earnings and production disruption.

18 Feb
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Seven Labour MPs split from party over Brexit, antisemitism

Seven Labour MPs resigned from the party on Monday in protest over its Brexit policy and the failure to deal with antisemitism among members.

18 Feb
Galliford in £275m Ealing deal; hands over Aberdeen project

Galliford Try on Monday said it had agreed a £275m deal to build 470 new homes and a new council headquarters building in Ealing, London as well as finally handing over the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route project.

18 Feb
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Spirax in talks to buy Thermocoax for €158m

Spirax-Sarco Engineering said it was in talks to buy Thermocoax Developpement from Chequers Capital, TCR Capital and other minority shareholders for a €158m (£139m) on a cash-free and debt-free basis.

18 Feb
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Coca-Cola buys Serbia's Josh-maker Bambi for €260m

Coca‑Cola HBC said it had bought Serbian confectionery business Bambi for €260m (£227m).

18 Feb
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Pearson sells US K12 courseware unit to Nexus for $250m

Pearson on Monday said it had sold its its US K12 courseware business to Nexus Capital Management for $250m (£193. 6m).

15 Feb
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Millennium Hotels says Brexit causing recruitment problems

Hotel group Millennium & Copthorne said Brexit was impacting its ability to hire European Union nationals as full year profits fell 28% to £106m.

15 Feb
Mondi sees FY earnings higher than 2017

Paper and packaging giant Mondi said it expected full year underlying earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation to be higher than 2017's €1. 482bn.

14 Feb
May defeated as Tory eurosceptics abstain on Brexit amendment

Prime Minister Theresa May suffered yet another humiliating defeat in parliament on Thursday as the hard right anti-EU wing of her party rejected her Brexit plan.

14 Feb
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Trump will declare emergency to fund border wall, says White House

US President Donald Trump will declare a national emergency to fund his planned border wall with Mexico, the White House said on Thursday.

14 Feb
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ConvaTec shares slump after 'disappointing' results

ConvaTec shares plummeted on Thursday after the company reported a “disappointing” fall in profits and unveiled a new plan to turn around its fortunes.

14 Feb
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FTSE 100 movers: Micro Focus feels the love; Coca-Cola goes flat

The FTSE 100 was flat in mid afternoon trade, being kept afloat by some well-received results from the likes of Micro Focus and AstraZeneca.

14 Feb
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Hardline Brexiters risk sending wrong signal to EU, says Fox

Hardline pro-Brexit MPs risked jeopardising a deal with the European Union because of “ideological purity”, said International Trade Secretary Liam Fox as parliament prepared for a another day of debate and non-binding votes.