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The operator of the National Lottery says it believes that about 26,500 accounts have been breached.
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Chief executive of Action on Smoking and Heath says iQOS cigarettes are "not harm-free".
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RBS misses key hurdles in Bank of England stress test, forcing it to draw up new capital plans.
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Too many young women are being shut out of the workplace by a lack of support, a charity says.
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Sleep-deprived workers are costing the UK economy £40bn a year and face a higher risk of death, says a new study.
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Opec could cut crude oil output by a million barrels a day, if Saudi Arabia gets its way this week.
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Oil future
30 Nov 2016 0:15:09
Oil prices may be too low for the taste of Opec but getting a deal to push them higher will be hard.
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Rubbish cooking
30 Nov 2016 0:10:19
The firms trying to tackle food waste by using ingredients destined to be thrown away.
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While many like to moan that the cost of Christmas seems to go up every year, the truth may be exactly the opposite.
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A team of experts will tour the UK to explore how new technology is affecting workers' rights.
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Philip Morris is launching a new cigarette in the UK which it says could see it stop selling conventional cigarettes altogether.
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Eighty-nine-year-old Joe Bartley was so bored being retired he put an ad in his local paper asking for work.
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Co-operative Energy will take on 160,00 customers of collapsed firm GB Energy on same price tariff.
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Sky is entering the mobile phone market, with a package that offers free calls to existing TV customers.
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Miners in Burkina Faso seize gold worth $1.7m (£1.4m) and refuse to give it back, a firm says.
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The new satellite that Europe and Russia put in orbit at Mars on 19 October has sent back its first images of the planet.
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Born out of a social media post, the Black Lives Matter movement has sparked discussion about race and inequality across the world. In this spirited conversation with Mia Birdsong, the movement's three founders share what they've learned about leadership and what provides them with hope and inspiration in the face of painful realities. Their advice on how to participate in ensuring freedom for everybody: join something, start something and "sharpen each other, so that we all can rise."
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The US economy grew at a faster pace than first thought in the third quarter, helped by strong consumer spending.
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The new five pound note contains an animal product, tallow, angering some vegetarians and vegans.
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Dawn North says she paid nearly £3,000 for a washing machine worth £300 using a rent-to-own firm.
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Scientists have made a rare find: a new species of beetle from Antarctica.
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A handwritten manuscript by Gustav Mahler fetches a record-breaking £4.5m at auction.
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Two new safeguards to protect people paying money online or via banking apps are welcomed as "brilliant news" by a personal finance expert.
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The London market opens lower, with BT Group dipping after Ofcom orders it to legally separate from Openreach.
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Telecoms regulator Ofcom orders BT to legally separate its Openreach division, which runs the UK's broadband infrastructure.
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