BBC Radio Ulster
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directions were people are in sales terms of the road safety the fat people have moved from their homes is something much wider society of people there just one final point Windows social media to say that their car has been prohibited by a stray bullet that was reading some other stuff last night or people were saying you know that at least one shop evacuated customers just let me know minutes after the incident when they fell precision Woodmansey for inside the shop I mean this.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 days
can I change your name I think it's fair to say it would maybe visit the order the older gentleman I'm looking into the store at cars in restoration of historic cars but in the 1970s at are at the company's peak when we would have been selling you could have been building 3 or 4 times a week for several months of the year or cambelt um a lot of that market Wars Racing School Sandwell lot of sales to Holland at the majority of sales in that time would have been to America they didn't mind whether they were buying a car from England to Ireland made no difference since it had to come from a distance anyway and a lot of cars to America in the racing school stride America have you missed because your cell.
BBC Radio Scotland
3 days
Mr White having reputable advisors I need the Knights of David would have sold the club no matter what Craig Whyte denies helping thunder deals with a loan from the Firm tickets against three years of Rangers season ticket sales the trial continues former US President Barack Obama has visited the home of golf on his first visit to Scotland he arrived in Edinburgh by private shared this morning I'm headed straight to St Andrews to play the old Course will be in Edinburgh this evening where he's been invited to address of philanthropy and business leaders on path of the hunter foundation and that's BBC Radio Scotland news and he's been enjoying fantastic weather too but isn't it take a turn for the worse bit of lunch before we get to that how hot has it been today going to take a guess we'll all get the wrong I said look at sleep again.
BBC Radio Scotland
4 days
cricket ticket sales once again it's all over 6000 Costa close to 7000 Talbot and weekends or weekends to do but you should come all over the world and thankfully Touchwood sale flight to land on time and served as well still be great what about you saying mean it's not always that the easiest place to travel there to it that said he doesn't sound like it's putting people off I am absolutely not knowing their festival it is very fortunate it then it can be very strong please and we're able to attract artists in some you don't trust in the programmer to be able to track your name.
BBC Radio London
4 days
should I and and surely should be allowed to die with dignity well today Charlie's parents had ST3 court of Appeal judges to overturn Mr Justice Francis this decision but the Three Judges which were Lord Justice McFarlane lady Justice King and Lord Justice sales who analyse the evidence of the articles of appeal hearing have upheld the original ruling so that means that's Charlie's parents at work now you talking with their lawyers about how next to proceed how they might precede Eddie might be to go to the last port of call legally which would be the Supreme Court we don't know whether they're going to do that that would be something that they're disgusting with the lawyers but it might be something that they could do and so this may carry on a little bit longer.
BBC Radio Wales
5 days
yes I think we'll put on the more security than we would do normally we have a lot of security at events anyway I mean to run an event in the UK you have you go through various checks from the external organisation so it's not just about to have just me and Monty put on the vent key and the police and Fire Brigade and and it's out of monitor everything you just get Licensed tetra so we have quite a lot of those checks in place already but we are doing more bad checks I know King's Cross itself which is where the events taking place of raising their own security as well so but what we found since um I did wonder when when that happens if a ticket sales would we go down then that would increase good or bad.
BBC Radio Scotland
5 days
old phone started to go crazy first of all from the hunter foundation and sales to see that never seem to have one and then after that loads of other calls from different agencies congratulating those when interviews and M the fitness just been a bit of a woodland actually sent that first one call Miller tell me about Friday night have you paid to an outfit for to you expecting it's going to be late do you think you might get to meet them and how they have an idea that outfit but I haven't really picked out yeah you got to dig a big deal so want to be quite sure what I'm going to wear um I miss you guys too I guess meeting Obama I think we will We Will We Will We Will but I mean he knows he's a busy man I love you Justin inspiration and everything $80 and I just really admire him well.
BBC Radio Ulster
5 days
does open a much wider issue open till on a boat sales was a youth worker in the start of the world I would have you seen cannot um I'm sure that died in the day should matter violence has been getting a lot of Arran following this actually tragedy surrounding concepta Lana and I'm sure there's a lot of insurance from organisations like women's Aid and around the idea decor dollars to help out and do keep people safe and putt course what are you talking about is the fight with this collapse of Stormont then we have a serious issues found in terms of funding and hand it in terms of pushing legislation through which was coming through as a result of lobbying the Dave done over the last 4 years um because it was.
BBC Radio Wales
5 days
rich and refresh there's arguments on the Bake Off we are totally totally honest Mary Berry came here in 2014 Andrew the crowd but in the three decades since the festival began the town of books just up the road from a festival site hasn't always strived it now has around half the second hand book shops that line the streets in the 1980s and many of them make their money online shipping their stock around the world rather than through sales in store for 10 days though business booms and despite running a multi-million-pound festivals Peter Florence says his event remains grounded in that local community everyone who works here lives here so there's a sense of local pride and there's a sense of wanting to share his Riches Amy look at the Black Mountains you look at the Wi-Fi.
BBC Radio Scotland
5 days
Mark it's very tough sales are falling off a cliff the newspapers for the environment is not good for the company Halfords the bicycle and Car Parts retail another has been a growth in cycling and the company itself it was Busted at the end in the beginning of the Year strong sales in January I should a special dividend as well done the footsie 250 it said it's maintaining its forecast what you think I know it's so exciting around here but I'm just recycling so that's a positive the trouble with cycle sales is that the low margin to the company doesn't make an awful lot of money out of it in addition to that last summer they had a great of discounting that's not going to help I'm in addition to that the company suffered from The Weakness of Stirling that slide to hire at input costs foot foot foot for the business the Prophet's will be lower it won't be disastrous buffets I would guess we don't mess something like it remains present.
BBC Radio Wales
5 days
says although Islands banks are closed for months retail sales Will largely unaffected it's rather extraordinary Genius of the way in which an economy can cope without its usual means payments and this is because money is really an information substitute and because there's this huge listen to Matt of information available we are able to come true what could have been a very nasty industrial dispute without any major problem play Bose then that's awesome us today join me tomorrow for yet another extraordinary story we speak to the Hollywood scriptwriter who had it all but ended up homeless due to a meeting.
BBC Radio Wales
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30 second half and especially people smoke as you probably not very large there it was put together by a few people in the Deans office ISA that happens will happen today will be there really isn't acceptable in your you can't do you call me and I have the right now I may be supportive of the general policy framework and I think this movie is a very fine budget erector spinae today at 5 o'clock the close of business they should have come forward so this is what happened with sorry this is the right number is Professor Marie CE marking that particular piece of work would be not impressed I would say you should drop the class and register for a program and has a pastry chef or alright Tuesday opening hours sales up to being a Hermes.
BBC Radio Ulster
6 days
the Seas please sir continue into question about the rest of just really Chorlton area of Manchester on a 15 year old boy who was questioned by police in relation to death of a 15 year old girl in Portadown on Saturday has been released on bail was the third person to be arrested in connection with the desk two teenagers arrested Monday I have also been released on bail Marks and Spencer is reported that 64% for that protects profits last year 2 176 billion lbs retailer B&M Southwick Island clothing sales from the costs of opening a new food stores and the weather really dry and warm temperatures up to write 22 degrees Celsius and Tyler first but writing up later BBC News BBC Radio Ulster travel News Shopper careers.
BBC Radio Ulster
6 days
show me the more I suppose I suspect kinda developments won't happen or you'll ever have a conversation going on about developing hotels but eventually don't get funding because I was phone does looking at Belfast now I'll be said to be careful here because we're so many new product coming on and that's what will happen to the banks and funders when she knows it's too high risk I just died this morning Marks and Spencer's has reported a 64% fall in its pre-tax profits last year to 176 million pounds to the retailer it says a decline in clothing sales and the cost of opening you food stores were partly to blame at death and caramel you one of the more than 100 million people that owned a Nokia 3310 back in the days you can buy a game from 6 today is the day that the 3310 is back on.
BBC Radio Scotland
6 days
at what time will using kids that's just like your settings to Mr. We will still be going to concerts we will still be messing and large public things like to see you tonight alone in any today in other news Marks and Spencer has reported a 64% fall in its pre-tax profits last year 2 176 million lbs the retailer assessor Decline and clothing sales and the costs of opening new food stores were partly to blame a president trump has arrived at the Vatican and Rome for an Audience with one of his most outspoken critics Pope Francis the meeting is the centerpiece of the final leg of the president's first foreign tourists BBC with.
BBC Radio Scotland
6 days
and the use of cannabis his mother and father and now believed to be back living in Libya and for a while he left Britain to but he Returned in the last few days apparently to carry out the worst bombing in Britain since the 7th of July attacks on the London Underground and then years Marks and Spencer has reported a 64% fall in its first. It's it's pre-tax profits last year to 176 million pounds the retailer sells a decline in clothing sales and the costs of opening new food stores or partly to blame but chief executive Steve Rowe and sister results are in line with expectations really will do the Accelerate the growth in food so there be a slight change of balance to a food business in the future and we talked about adding 250 Simply Food stores to our state we will read.
BBC Radio Wales
6 days
presents this morning Communities will always be Tara so it seems that the raising of the Year terrorist threat level up we'll have invisible response on the streets in Wales for minutes to eat now in Marks and Spencer's reported that statutory pre-tax profits fell 64% last year 276.4 million lbs the retailer said that they decline including sales and hire cost from opening new food stores were partly to blame for the Fall sales of flat across the business is 10.6 billion lbs in the US to the end of March this year Catherine Shuttleworth is Chief Executive savvy marketing in retail and shopper marketing agency and an expert in shopping trends good morning Catherine the body if this is quite a significant drop and is it all to do with the closing a big part of clothing but the food.
BBC Radio Ulster
6 days
only offers and I think that's definitely wear Marks and Spencer see the future but generally for the High Street overall we cannot expect 20% of all sales to be online now and not see a massive change to a High Street Retail is going to the challenges and part of that will be the streamlining over shops and I'll traditional High Street's at some more of a social retail with many more cafes and entertainment venues rather than just shop ok thank you retail analyst kit for council finish up by taking a look at the markets the Footsie close down 11 points at 7485 a pint is worth $1.29 and €1.16 and that makes it a euro worth 86 pence 50 noise so Rodger Moore has died at the age of 89 he was the longest serving actor in the role of James Bond and he was known in later years for his role as UNICEF Goodwill ambassador role in October or on the Thomson.
BBC Radio Ulster
6 days
isn't even been transported into clothing and home to convert sales there they can't appeal to the Royal market place within their stores and that's a huge challenge and the reason for that is that the consumer the tennis match more on the marketplace that Marks and Spencer's are no longer relevant are fashionable for them and that their quality has dissipated over the years and that's what they're looking for Marks and Spencer's to bring back but there's been a lot of Thomas's of that and not a lot of change over the years it seems still heavily investing in food is this is still a strong area for them to be slightly down this time but I don't see that as a concern it's always been an area of innovation and barzagli they fit in a different place in the market was there food they're not in the middle market as they are with their clothing offer them or just the top and I think there's still room for that I think also what they've done.
BBC Radio Ulster
6 days
Belfast International Airport easyJet 9:05 flight from London Stansted at night due to arrive at 10:35 or is he with his business Marks and Spencer's results just don't don't look too good well at St Karen M2 with Marks and Spencer's just published its full-year results this morning pre-tax profits and earnings both doing I just like many weave on the high street retailer has struggled with its clothing sales in recent years that's because of concrete composition of on the high street and from online retailer that sells and home division have improved recently and enjoy 9BY retail analyst Kate Hardcastle that cater hire things looking for M&S with his latest results I think people will take this annual result in one of two very clear ways they will read the statements from the business from Steve Burr the new chief execs the weather today in and see that they are try.
BBC Radio Scotland
6 days
looking these figures images some up the performance I think the constant statement the business is making is that we are in a turnaround plan and yes were expecting these results were trying to build a better future and I think that will completely divide people in my duvet buying stuff philosophy because particularly on clothing and home Marks and Spencers was broken I have not adapted to the marketplace it lost its customers to places like Zara and the discounted and the it's fine it's very hard to win them back and I think some people think the changes are being made the are reducing down there barriers in terms of stock for embellishing their food offer which is always been strong and that they can make it still on the High Street as a Sicilian offer but you'd like for like sales also fill in but not as bad as the clothing that say.
BBC Radio Scotland
6 days
for this particular instance and you of course maybe parts of any kind of plans to do something of the same kind of work thank you very much speak into ASUS monitors Lord Campbell of pittenweem who said on the House of Commons intelligence and security committee the time of the time now coming up to 70 minutes to eat and take from my business somebody is here with Marks and Spencer's results somebody individual in an M&S has updated the markets on its performance over the past year at the poor today 64% plunge an annual pre-tax profits to 176 million pounds underlying earnings then 10% to 613.8 million after sales and it's closing and tumbled over 6% in its final quarter will Kate Hardcastle is a retail expert with the retail with patients and she joined is no good morning Kate tiger mine that produce.
BBC Radio Scotland
6 days
music was a catalyst of tour down racial cultural political barriers and it's a beautiful thing and the idea that children someone I'm going to a concert for the first time and their families frantically searching for the mother's father's children who lost their lives it's it's it's heartbreaking and said he was seeing if I too often is this morning in the past half hour president to meet one of his most outspoken critic a meeting at the back of that again is the centerpiece of the final leg of the president's first foreign to her Marks and Spencer has reported a 64% fall in its pre-tax profits last year 2 176 million lbs the retailers selling a climbing clothing sales and the cost of opening new food stores or partly to blame that's BBC Radio Scotland news forget the weather forecast snow with Gillian.
BBC Radio Scotland
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11 points at 7485 retailers at Kingfisher and Marks and Spencer bus due to issues statement today they were among the worst looking at Marks and Spencer is expected to post 1 lower annual profits and reveal its clothing sales revival jeans I rather abrupt halt at the start of the year in this cheers it's for sliding folding at home sell for nearly two years in January but this is expected to be on a temporary reprieve as a time of Easter is that have impacted on its fourth quarter trading and also protection clothing and home self falling by over 3% in the three months to the end of March that's going to 2.3% take the previous Quarter and food sales will expect to Fall by close to 1% in the final quarter to Littlesea the group since the Year looking a bit flat with underlying pre-tax profits also set to dive it start.