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The Oscar-winning actor and entrepreneur has begun a new business venture in east London.
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Ben Broadbent, deputy head at the Bank of England, had used the term to describe an economy past its peak.
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Venezuela president Nicolas Maduro says the plant has been handed to workers and will continue output.
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Testing of the 1,000mph car is pushed back ahead of next year's attempt on the land speed record.
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Paddy Power Betfair says it is talks over a merger in the US with fantasy sports site Fan Duel.
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More than 1,600 IT specialists and engineers offered jobs in the UK were denied visas between last December and March, BBC News has learned.
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The world's third largest economy shrinks for the first time in two years as private consumption slowed.
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Dinosaurs may have used a unique nesting strategy to prevent their eggs from being crushed.
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Peace mission
15 May 2018 3:09:46
Farc guerillas have returned home, but they are often illiterate and unemployed and in urgent need of new skills for jobs.
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MPs have accused former directors, auditors and the government of failing to stop Carillion's collapse.
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A pension pot of up to £445,000 is needed to avoid falling living standards in retirement, analysis suggests.
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Two parliamentary committees say ill-thought out policies have driven down clean energy investment.
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The US-based firm blames the economy but President Maduro says workers will take over the factory.
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The airline will reduce the time to check-in from four days to 48 hours for those without reserved seats.
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The firm, which is working to repair its reputation, will no longer require confidentiality clauses in settlements.
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The firm is moving foreign exchange derivatives trading from London ahead of Brexit.
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The World Trade Organisation rules that the European Union paid $18bn in illegal subsidies to Airbus.
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No product recall is needed for the model blamed as the origin of the fire, an investigation finds.
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Local humanitarians are beacons of light in the darkness of war, says humanitarian aid entrepreneur and TED Fellow Rola Hallam. She's working to help responders on the ground in devastated communities like Syria, where the destruction of health care is being used as a weapon of war. One of her campaigns achieved a global first: a crowdfunded hospital. Since it opened in 2017, the aptly named Hope Hospital has treated thousands of children. "Local humanitarians have the courage to persist, to dust themselves off from the wreckage and to start again, risking their lives to save others," Hallam says. "We can match their courage by not looking away or turning our backs."
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Think of a place to get a perfect coffee and Carmarthenshire might not have been first on your lips.
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Victoria Derbyshire debates the issue of higher prices for bigger sizes with a plus-size designer and a plus-size model
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The local council wants the two Seattle-based giants to help fight homelessness in the US city.
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The bookmaker tells Teresa May it risks being taken over if it is weakened by new betting machine rules.
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Some customers are still struggling to make payments nearly four weeks after the bank's IT crisis began.
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The fashion chain thinks again on pricing after anger over higher prices for plus-size clothes.
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