Good morning and welcome to the Business Breakfast live blog for Thursday, February 21. I’m Coreena Ford and I’m running the blog today. The business team’s live blog brings you all the breaking news from across the North East, the UK and beyond – basically anything and everything from the world of business. First up this morning is news from Barclays, which is setting aside £150m amid Brexit uncertainty. The firm’s profits have also dipped 1% – and the banking giant’s annual report also reveals CEO Jes Staley’s pay last year. We also have news from Centrica, fintech leader Revolut, Go-Ahead Group and, as usual, I’ll also include reminders of some of our stories you may have missed. Don’t forget to join our ChronicleLive business group on Facebook so you can get the latest news from our business team. And if you’d like to contribute tweet at @jnlbusiness to share your opinions, drop me a line at [email protected] or tweet me at @Scoopford or call on 0191 2016331 Key Events North East Dragons’ Den star sets up new mental health service 08:45 Barclays puts £150m aside for Brexit uncertainty as profits dip 1% 08:09 9.00 Coreena Ford Honda taskforce holds… Read full this story
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