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The historic Belfast shipyard that built the Titanic is expected to collapse into administration on Monday, threatening the end of centuries of shipbuilding in the city. Harland and Wolff Heavy Industries, which dates back to 1861, has struggled in recent years as a result of stiff competition from overseas rivals. The company’s Norwegian owner, Dolphin Drilling, filed for bankruptcy in June and put the Belfast shipyard up for sale. The company’s yellow cranes – named Samson and Goliath – have dominated Belfast’s skyline since 1974, but the workforce at the yard has declined from a peak of more than 35,000…

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