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Updates from Aukus Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to hear about Aukus news. Joe Biden offered an olive branch to French President Emmanuel Macron to ease tensions that have erupted over France’s exclusion from a new trilateral security pact that deprived Paris of an agreement on sub- long-anticipated sailors. In …

Former Irish rugby international Brendan Mullin is to be tried for deception, false accounting and theft of nearly € 600,000 at the Bank of Ireland where he held a senior executive position. Mullin (57) appeared in Dublin District Court on Tuesday following a Garda National Economic Crime Bureau (GNECB) investigation into allegations of bank fraud …

Angry Indians accuse UK of racism and discrimination, after India was excluded from a list of countries from which fully vaccinated people can travel to England without mandatory 10-day home isolation and onerous testing requirements. The UK government announced on Friday it was easing restrictions on travelers who had been fully vaccinated in the US, …

It feels like Ireland’s monstrous debt – it will rise to € 240 billion by the end of the year, on a per capita basis the third largest in the world, has been put there by a bunch of rogue bankers. And that we, as a people, have been the victims of terrible harm. The …

A BRIDGE between Scotland and Northern Ireland “would overhaul the economy” after Brexit, said the architect behind the original idea. Speaking to the Herald, Professor Alan Dunlop said the idea would create thousands of jobs, which would be a good investment in post-Brexit Britain. It comes after reports that the UK government has shelved the …

It is always darker before dawn, and there is no doubt that the Covid lockdown has pushed many Irish SMEs into a dark place, facing terrible financial pressure. Seventy percent faced a drop in their income, according to the CSO, with a median drop of 25 percent – enough to push many companies with low …

President Michael D Higgins said the European Union had “failed Africa” ​​by not delivering enough Covid-19 vaccines to the continent which is Europe’s closest neighbor. At a meeting of non-executive presidents of EU countries, Higgins returned to an issue he has spoken out regularly in recent months: the great disparity between vaccination rates in Europe …

The promise that the IRA attacks on British soldiers in Germany would end has helped the Irish government secure £ 8 billion from the EU, according to the author of a new book. aoiseach Albert Reynolds is said to have secured key backing for his funding offer from German Chancellor Helmut Kohl on the grounds …

DALLAS – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Copart, Inc. (NASDAQ: CPRT) announced today that it will release its results for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2021 after market close on Wednesday, September 8, 2021. On Thursday, September 9, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time (10:00 a.m. Central), Copart will host a conference call to discuss the quarter’s …

James flanigan (Los Angeles Times) James Flanigan, whose biweekly column was a mainstay of The Times’ commercial coverage for twenty years, died on August 19 from a brief illness. He was 85 years old. From the mid-1960s – when he was drawn west to a senior editor’s post at Forbes to bolster the Times’ business …