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Home Office annual figures show that animal experiments carried out in the UK fell by 5% in 2016 against the previous year.
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The deal adds to Mike Ashley's growing list of holdings in High Street retailers.
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The material has played a major role in Singapore's land reclamation, but campaigners had concerns.
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The government said the rail company was not solely to blame for what has been called a "fiasco".
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Shares in the drugs giant are hit by a report that its chief executive is to join Teva
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Which creature is taking the place of Dippy the dinosaur?
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Move over Dippy - Earth's biggest animal is now the star attraction at the Natural History Museum.
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The Brazilian firm behind the famous flip-flop is being offloaded by the scandal-hit J&F group.
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The National Audit Office says a new system faces "significant challenges" to be ready by Brexit.
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Electronic messages may be taken as proof of a person's dying wishes in a bid to modernise wills.
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Images and a short film are inserted into bacteria DNA and recovered with 90% accuracy.
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Business leaders call for a state aid programme to protect firms in the event of a hard Brexit.
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Far from crude
12 Jul 2017 3:25:36
How oil firms are using ever more ingenious ways to find and extract crude oil.
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Living on location
12 Jul 2017 3:20:08
Hiring out your home for use in films, TV shows and advertising can be fun and lucrative - but it's not for the fainthearted.
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On average, each estate agent in the UK has 42.5 properties on its books, the lowest since 1978.
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It is the latest protectionist trade move by US President Donald Trump.
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Ms Yellen spoke in Washington about inequality, politics and how much longer she has at the Fed.
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The ex-education secretary sees off Eurosceptic Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg for the coveted position.
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The former president is sentenced to nine years in prison in a case linked to the state oil company.
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A court rules Google's Irish subsidiary was not liable for back taxes after a challenge from the French authorities.
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Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says US interest rates are likely to remain historically low.
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You can kick Jorge Ramos out of your press conference (as Donald Trump infamously did in 2015), but you can never silence him. A reporter for more than 30 years, Ramos believes that a journalist's responsibility is to question and challenge those in power. In this compelling talk -- which earned him a standing ovation midway through -- Ramos explains why, in certain circumstances, he believes journalists must take sides. (In Spanish with English subtitles.)
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Disciplinary measures on Greek government spending should be lifted, European officials recommend.
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Coca-Cola says it will double the amount of recycled plastic in its UK bottles by 2020.
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The deal with US authorities relates to the sale of risky mortgage products before the financial crisis.
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