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No-deal will lead to job losses & lower wages, says ESRI

first_img DL Debate – 24/05/21 No-deal will lead to job losses & lower wages, says ESRI Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Facebook A no-deal Brexit will lead to job losses, lower wages and higher prices in shops.The ESRI’s warning that no matter how Britain leaves the EU, it’ll have a negative impact on the Irish economy.But if they leave with no deal, there’ll be a 4.8 per cent hit to the economy over the next decade – and 80 thousand people could lose their jobs.ESRI Senior Research Officer, Dr. Adele Bergin, says a disorderly no-deal would also be bad for trade:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/bergigfgfhgfhffgn8am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Twitter WhatsApp By News Highland – March 26, 2019 AudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterestcenter_img Pinterest WhatsApp FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Previous articleCouncil confirm progress on Buncrana Leisure Centre refurbishmentNext article18 people awaiting admission to LUH News Highland Google+ Harps come back to win in Waterford Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Google+ Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24thlast_img read more

London Datebook: Imelda Staunton, Damian Lewis & More Picks

first_img Star Files View Comments Spring is in the air and with it a raft of high-profile openings that include the West End bow of Imelda Staunton’s show-stopping Rose in Gypsy, a gala concert of Follies in honor of Stephen Sondheim’s 85th birthday and Chiwetel Ejiofor’s return to the London stage for the first time since his Oscar nod for 12 Years A Slave. For more on these and other enticements, read on.APRIL 6-12Light the Lights: It’s the final full week of previews prior to the April 15 opening of Imelda Staunton’s soul-stirring performance as Rose in Gypsy, a musical not seen on the West End since Angela Lansbury triumphed in the same part over 40 years ago.ALSO: April 12 marks this year’s Oliviers with Lenny Henry hosting the gala event at the Royal Opera House and Judi Dench and Dame Angela herself among the presenters. Will Beautiful beat Memphis to take the top prize? Will the Ivo van Hove-directed revival of Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge poised to sweep the play categories? Time will tell. The same night sees the final performance of Emma Thompson’s return to the London stage as Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd at the Coliseum, reprising a part in which she previously appeared with the New York Philharmonic.APRIL 13-19“Buffalo” John: John Goodman makes his British stage debut alongside Homeland’s Damian Lewis and 2013 Tony nominee Tom Sturridge (Orphans) in David Mamet’s American Buffalo, which is being revived for 10 weeks starting April 16 at Wyndham’s Theatre.ALSO: The Roald Dahl bandwagon continues with the opening April 14 at the Royal Court of The Twits, which will join Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Matilda in an ad hoc Dahl festival across the capital. Jason Watkins and Jerusalem’s Aimee-Ffion Edwards head the cast and Tony winner John Tiffany (Once) directs.APRIL 20-26Out of the Woods: That vaunted tragedian Eugene O’Neill did write one unabashed comedy and now his 1933 Ah, Wilderness! gets a rare revival opening April 21 at the Young Vic. Natalie Abrahami directs a cast that includes Janie Dee, Dominic Rowan and George MacKay.ALSO: The full post-opening week at the Almeida Theatre for Carmen Disruption, the latest play from the busy pen of Simon Stephens, currently represented in the West End and on Broadway by The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Constellations director Michael Longhurst is at the helm and 2015 Olivier nominee John Light (Taken at Midnight) heads the cast.APRIL 27 – MAY 3Center-Stage Chiwetel: The brilliant Chiwetel Ejiofor, an Olivier Award winner and 2014 Oscar nominee, returns to the London stage to head up the National Theatre production of Everyman, opening April 29. Rufus Norris, the National’s new artistic director, takes the reins with Nick Holder and Olivier winner Sharon D. Clarke among the supporting cast.ALSO: Hats off, here they come as the Stephen Sondheim/James Goldman musical Follies gets a starry concert staging for two performances only on April 28. The quartet of lovers on this occasion is headed by Ruthie Henshall and Christine Baranski as Sally and Phyllis with Alexander Hanson and Peter Polycarpou playing Ben and Buddy. The eclectic supporting cast includes Anita Harris, Anita Dobson and, returning to London to belt out “I’m Still Here,” Betty Buckley.center_img John Goodmanlast_img read more

Okagbare Leads Nigeria’s 4x100m Relay Team into Final

first_imgDuro Ikhazuagbe in RioDouble Commonwealth Games gold medalist, Blessing Okagbare-Ighoteguonor, on Wednesday led Team Nigeria’s 4x100m women’s relay to the final of the event in 42.55secs. It is perhaps, her last chance of redemption for a medal here after failing in both 100m and 200m,She opted out of the long jump because it clashed with the longer sprint.The quartet made up of Okagbare, Gloria Asumnu, Jennifer Madu and Agnes Osazuwa trailed Germany that won the heat with 42.18 secs to the finish line in the second place.USA’s women’s 4×100 relay team, who ran in the same heat as Team Nigeria but dramatically lost out of the final due to an obstruction from a Brazilian runner, was reinstated to the medal rush. IAAF ruled that the team runs alone later yesterday in a make-up race.Television pictures appeared to a show a collision between Brazil and the USA moments before the second exchange. Allyson Felix and her teammate, English Gardener lost hold of the baton and stood in amazement before Gardener picked it up and USA finished out of the qualification places.In the other heat, Veronica Campbell-Brown and dethroned 100m champion, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce led Jamaica to the final in 41.93secs.New sprint queen, Elaine Thompson did not take part in the heat but is expected to lead the Jamaican push for the 4x100m gold in the final raceShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more