5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Tuesday 5th February 2019
Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
06:10, 5th February 2019

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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Tuesday 5th February 2019


5. Theresa May will try to reassure people in Northern Ireland that she can secure a Brexit deal that avoids a hard border with Ireland during a visit later.

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4. Construction activity in four regional cities in Britain is at a record high, including a flurry of building projects in Manchester, despite uncertainty about Brexit, accounting firm Deloitte.

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3. British consumers picked up the pace of their shopping in January which rose by the most in seven months, giving a bit of relief to retailers after their worst Christmas in a decade

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2. Nissan will be forced to reapply for nearly £60m of taxpayer support after backtracking on a promise to build its X-Trail SUV in Sunderland.

The government clarified that Nissan had received £2.6m of the funds, but would have to reapply for the rest.

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1. The head of a UN trade panel has warned a US plan to raise tariffs on Chinese goods next month would have "massive" implications for the global economy.

The US plans to increase tariffs on Chinese goods if the two sides fail to make progress on a trade deal by 1 March.

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