Tadhg Enright

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Tadhg Enright, Sky News business reporter, covers the twists and turns of the British and global financial crisis.

A self-confessed business anorak, Tadhg particularly enjoys reporting on retail and aviation stories and anything to do with branding.

Tadhg joined the Sky News Dublin bureau in 2005 and reported from Ireland for three years on a variety of topics including: the peace process, the Eurovision song contest and the rise and fall of the Celtic Tiger economy.

Switching to Ireland's state broadcaster RTE in 2008, Tadhg moved into business news just as the Eurozone crisis started to develop.

He returned to Sky News in 2010 shortly before Ireland's bailout and brought first-hand knowledge and experience to Sky's coverage of the Eurozone crisis.

Tadhg's favourite plaudit was paid by City of London grandee David Buik who told him: "I love your rhetoric!"

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  1. Rail Fare Rises Put Pressure On Chancellor

    Posted by - Tadhg Enright, Business Reporter. Annual fare increases are based on the retail price index for July, a measure of inflation which includes housing costs, which the Office for National Statistics has calculated at 2.5%. Rail companies are ...

  2. Royal Family Costs Taxpayer 56p Per Person

    Posted by - Tadhg Enright, Sky News Business Reporter. The Sovereign Grant, which is set at 15% of profits made by the Crown Estate, rose from £31m in 2012/13. Buckingham Palace was at pains to highlight how the all of ...

  3. Small Talk At the Mansion House Top Table

    Posted by - Tadhg Enright, Business Presenter. It's not very often that the Bank of England (BoE) governor and the Chancellor share a stage. And George Osborne also used the opportunity to underline his concerns about the scale of mortgage ...

  4. £140m Pothole Repair Fund After Winter Storms

    Posted by - Tadhg Enright, Sky Correspondent. Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin said: "Having the right infrastructure in place to support businesses and hardworking people is a crucial part of our long-term economic plan. "This extra money will help make a real ...

  5. Holidaymakers Warned Over Online Scams

    Posted by - Tadhg Enright, Sky News Correspondent. A total of 4,500 cases of booking fraud were reported to police in 2013, with almost a third of cases involving consumers paying for holiday villas and apartments that did not exist ...

  6. Alps Murder Brother 'Happy' At Ex-Cop Arrest

    Posted by - Tadhg Enright, Sky News Reporter. The 48-year-old suspect, arrested on Tuesday, is former policeman Eric Devouassoux, according to Sky sources. Mr Devouassoux - a former brigadier chief in the French National Gendarmerie - is thought to have been sacked six ...

  7. Alps Murders: Victim's Brother 'Happy' At Arrest

    Posted by - Tadhg Enright, Sky News Reporter. The 48-year-old suspect, arrested on Tuesday, is reported to be a former policeman who was sacked from the force last June. Sky sources named as his Eric Devouoassoux. Phone records are thought to ...

  8. Floods: Insurers Must 'Step Up' To Help Victims

    Posted by - Tadhg Enright, Sky News Reporter. Industry bosses, including the chief executives of Aviva, Direct Line and Axa, are attending a meeting at Downing Street where they will be asked about how they are responding to customers' claims. They ...

  9. Lungs Of Donors Who Smoke 'Can Save Lives'

    Posted by - Tadhg Enright, Sky News Reporter. Researchers at London's Harefield Hospital's transplant specialist centre examined 237 lung transplants between 2007 and 2012 and found no difference in the one to three year survival rates of those who ...

  10. Parking Tickets: Five-Minute Grace Period Plan

    Posted by - Tadhg Enright, Sky News Reporter. Many councils say they already allow motorists to stay for a few minutes longer before writing a ticket but it is a grey area which would be cleared up if written into law ...

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