1st March 2017 Today’s headlines: Project Fear continues to unravel as Vodafone boss says roaming charges will not go up after Brexit; Dyson plans massive UK expansion; £400m investment to create 5,000 jobs in Belfast; IoD chief says Brexit offers “massive” trade opportunities; Article 50 looks set to be rejected by Lords; and more.BREXIT GOOD NEWS
Telegraph: Mobile phone roaming charges won’t go up after Brexit, says Vodafone boss
Breitbart London: Brexit Offers ‘Massive Opportunities’ to Trade with World, Says New Institute of Directors Boss
Guardian: Dyson shrugs off Brexit fears with massive UK expansion plan
Belfast Live: More than 5000 jobs to be created with £400m regeneration of Belfast’s Sirocco Quays
This Is Money: Triple boost for Brexit Britain: Dyson to build tech hub in the UK, Chinese bid £1bn for City skyscraper and 1,400 new Expedia jobs

The Herald: Separate EU deal for Scotland ‘would damage economy’
Politico: EU’s small steps toward (whisper it) a military HQ
BBC: Government facing defeat in the Lords over EU nationals
Telegraph: Jean-Claude Juncker faces dissent over EU survival blueprint 
Belfast Telegraph: Tories blast Sir John Major for ‘bitter and craven’ criticism of Brexit strategy
Breitbart London: EU Could Lose ‘Hundreds of Thousands’ of Jobs if UK ‘Punished’ in Brexit DealBUSINESS
Trading Floor: UK Manufacturing PMI set to hold near three-year high
Cambridge Network: British tech booms on global stage at Mobile World Congress
The Caterer:
 Dalata Hotels plans to focus on UK expansion