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Two bidders for Tata's UK steel plants - Liberty House and a management buyout team - would like to work together, the BBC understands.
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The Co-operative will restore its annual payout to members as part of moves that also involve bringing back the group's 1960s blue clover logo.
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The health service could suffer if a vote to leave the EU puts the economy at risk as "when the British economy sneezes, the NHS catches a cold", its boss says.
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BBC News is given an exclusive look inside the workings of Brompton Bikes' new factory in west London.
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The rise and fall of Britain's steel industry
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Ex-cabinet minister Iain Duncan Smith compares George Osborne to "Pinocchio" over his claim that a vote to leave the EU would cause an economic shock to UK house prices.
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Labour will seek to distribute the rewards of growth more fairly, leader Jeremy Corbyn says, as he sets out his party's plans for the economy.
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A gigantic fuel tank, originally built for NASA's space shuttle programme, is making a slow journey through the streets of Los Angeles to its new home.
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The zero-fuel aeroplane, Solar Impulse, is in the air again, flying Oklahoma to Ohio.
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They have been dubbed the killer invaders that target bees and have even caused the deaths of several people in France, but has the deadly Asian hornet made it to the
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Research suggests many people do not understand how credit scores work - BBC News busts some common myths.
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Social media sites must do more to tackle online ticket fraud after being used for nearly half of all such scams last year, councils say.
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What's thought to be the first dog to accept payments from contactless cards is starting work - taking donations for the pet charity, Blue Cross.
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A UK vote to leave the European Union would cause an "immediate economic shock" that could slow house price growth, Chancellor George Osborne says.
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Can Egypt's tourism recover from latest blow?
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Most households have never checked their own credit report, research by consumer group Which? suggests.
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In the US, the press has a right to publish secret information the public needs to know, protected by the First Amendment. Government surveillance has made it increasingly more dangerous for whistleblowers, the source of virtually every important story about national security since 9/11, to share information. In this concise, informative talk, Freedom of the Press Foundation co-founder and TED Fellow Trevor Timm traces the recent history of government action against individuals who expose crime and injustice and advocates for technology that can help them do it safely and anonymously.
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Bank of America announces plans to create about 1,000 new roles in Chester by 2020, doubling the size of its operation there.
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The number of trips by UK residents abroad increased by 9.4% last year, the largest rise since 1998, according to the Office for National Statistics.
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How the Ivory Coast has become the world's top exporter of cashew nuts.
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Two independent scientific papers identify the same single gene as the cause of red beaks and feathers in birds.
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The entrepreneur in South Africa producing custom-made bicycles.
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Zimbabwe has just introduced "bond notes" to help solve a serious cash shortage and kick-start its economy.
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The huge success of artists like One Direction and Adele means that British artists accounted for one in every six albums sold worldwide last year.
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Whirlpool, the firm behind the faulty tumble dryers involved in a series of fires, is accused of "multiple failings" by the consumer group Which?
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