Business Bulletin: Bellway hails profits despite Brexit warning | 'Relief' after Hays results | Blade Runner effects firm to list

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Bellway showed pre-tax profit up 3.4% in the first quarter of the year, even as it warned that Brexit uncertainty could hit consumer confidence.
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