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A template for fee-free bank accounts has been revealed by the Treasury after a deal was struck with UK major banks.
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Somerset is home to England's largest bittern population, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds says.
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Taxi drivers block some roads around Paris and at airports in protest at the taxi-booking service Uber.
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Rival Libyan troops clash over control of two of the country's main oil terminals for a second day, leading to their closure.
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After sharp falls last week, the London market edges higher in early trade with energy shares boosted as oil prices rally.
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A nationwide strike in Belgium has brought air, rail and road transport to a halt and forced many businesses to close.
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A Londonderry-based company apologises for a software glitch that led to hundreds of items being sold for just 1p on Amazon.
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The latest Tankan survey - a gauge of sentiment - shows the business mood among Japan's manufacturing firms has worsened slightly in the three months to December.
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Rangers confirm to the Stock Exchange that manager Ally McCoist has resigned and is serving 12 months' notice.
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Australia's government said it expects the nation's deficit to grow to $40.4bn Australian dollars ($33.2bn) in the 12 months to June.
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US pet products retailer PetSmart is sold to a group of private investors for $8.7bn (£5.5bn), in the largest debt-funded deal of the year.
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An independent inquiry is to be set up to investigate the air traffic control computer failure which disrupted flights at UK airports last week.
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The focus of Asian markets was on Japan after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's coalition win did little to boost Japanese shares, weighed down by a business survey.
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Two cool summers in a row have now allowed the pack ice in the Arctic to increase and then hold on to a good deal of its volume.
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Three prisoners who escaped from the US island prison Alcatraz in 1962 may have made it to land alive, a new study suggests.
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A quarterly survey has found that more than one third of Australians rate the country's economy as "poor", up from 25% in September
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The government's cap on benefits is providing an incentive for people who are affected to find work, new research suggests.
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How one man built the UK's largest baby food firm
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Can Craft brewers succeed in Seoul?
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A new fee-free template for basic UK bank accounts has been revealed by the Treasury after a deal with major banks.
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Workers on zero-hours contracts earn nearly £300 a week less than permanent employees, according to a new report.
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David Cameron is to turn his fire on Labour's economic plans, saying they would permanently add to the UK's debt.
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How a historic divide was finally breached in Lima
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Tens of thousands of penguin couples gather in Antarctica for their nesting season.
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The head of Opec reiterates that the oil producers' cartel will not try to shore up plunging oil prices by reducing production.
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