Boris Johnson threatens to suspend checks on goods crossing Irish Sea 

Boris Johnson threatens to suspend all checks on goods crossing the Irish Sea if the EU doesn’t stop its hardline approach Prime Minister is considering suspending checks on goods crossing the Irish Sea Sources say he fears the resulting disruption could destabilise Northern Ireland  The row is over the Brexit deal which prevents checks made at … Read more

Beyonce has lunch with daughter Blue Ivy at Nobu after star endured ‘theft of goods totaling $1M’

Beyonce treats daughter Blue Ivy to lunch at celeb-favorite Nobu in Malbu… as singer is seen for the first time after her ‘storage units are raided of $1M in goods’ By Dan Heching For Dailymail.com Published: 07:05 BST, 31 March 2021 | Updated: 07:05 BST, 31 March 2021 She made history earlier this month as … Read more

Beyonce’s storage units ‘targeted by thieves who stole $1MILLION of goods’

Beyonce’s storage units ‘targeted by thieves who stole $1MILLION of designer handbags and dresses’ By Charlotte Dean For Mailonline Published: 10:05 GMT, 27 March 2021 | Updated: 10:05 GMT, 27 March 2021 Beyonce‘s storage unit has reportedly been targeted by thieves who stole $1million worth of valuables including designer handbags and dresses. The 39-year-old singer is … Read more

Goods bound for Britain may be delayed by Suez Canal blockage

The giant cargo ship blocking the Suez Canal is threatening to play havoc with global trade as Downing Street warns of delays in getting goods to the UK with shipments of electronics, toys and clothes all likely to be affected.  Boris Johnson’s spokesperson said today that ‘goods destined for the UK may be delayed in … Read more

Goods bound for Britain may be delayed by Suez Canal blockage, government warns

Downing Street is warning of possible delays to items bound for the UK because of the stuck ship blocking the Suez Canal.  Crews are frantically trying to dislodge the cargo carrier Ever Given – and the success or failure of the operation will have ramifications for British shoppers.   Boris Johnson‘s official spokesperson said today: ‘We are … Read more

New energy rating for white goods to help cut your bills

New ratings system for large electrical goods could result in household bills being cut by as much as £100 a year By Toby Walne, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 21:52 GMT, 20 March 2021 | Updated: 21:52 GMT, 20 March 2021 A new ratings system for large electrical goods is being introduced this month in … Read more

Boris Johnson visits Northern Ireland amid furious row over post-Brexit checks on goods

Boris Johnson is in Northern Ireland today amid a furious row over the impact of Brexit on the country. The Prime minister was told to  to ‘stand up for Northern Ireland’ and ditch the ‘intolerable’ Protocol governing Irish Sea trade post-Brexit by DUP leader Arlene Foster. Extra checks on goods passing through Northern Ireland’s ports from … Read more

Brexit border checks on goods arriving from the EU could be eased

The government is looking to soften plans for checks on EU food and imports crossing the border into Britain, reports say. Lord Frost is said to be debating whether to bring in ‘lighter touch’ controls from April 1 and relax full customs checks scheduled for July 1. Insiders claim the move has come amid fears tough … Read more

Beckham-backed Cellular Goods sees share price surge

High returns: David Beckham backed cannabis firm Cellular Goods sees share price surge over 400% on its stock market debut Cellular Goods’ share price was 470% higher than the IPO price earlier David Beckham’s investment firm DV Ventures has a 5% stake in Cellular  By Jane Denton For Thisismoney Published: 14:35 GMT, 26 February 2021 … Read more

Warehouses could deliver the goods in your portfolio

The re-ordering of the retail hierarchy continues. Boohoo, the online fast fashion business, is to acquire Debenhams, and perhaps also Burton, Dorothy Perkins and Wallis, while Asos – the other big name in sexy street style – is set to snap up Topshop.  The stores bearing these traditional High Street names will close forever, although … Read more