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Did a 1992 fraud trial put City titans beyond the reach of law?
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Work begins on a scheme to restore native Caledonian pine forest in Speyside, which will involve planting almost 100,000 trees.
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Sri Lanka's city of Jaffna suffered more than most during the country's civil war but now it is enjoying an economic renaissance - and its first ever traffic light.
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As many as 85,000 people in Scotland could be employed on zero-hours contracts, according to the Scottish Trades Union Council.
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The men who got rich selling empty space
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Can coal become the clean energy of the future?
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The boss who makes sure his staff are as happy as possible
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UK drug company GlaxoSmithKline is facing a criminal investigation in Poland for allegedly bribing doctors, BBC Panorama discovers.
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Almost 4m families are one month from homelessness because they have enough money to pay their rent or mortgage for only a month, housing charity Shelter says.
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A number of Indians who bear an uncanny resemblance to political figures, past and present, are seizing the opportunity to make some money.
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Wages are set to rise by more than inflation for the first time in almost six years as the UK economy enters a "long period of low inflation", EY says.
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...and nine other inventions that owe their success to WW1
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Matt McGrath on the IPCC's latest climate change findings
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A long-awaited UN report on how to curb climate change says the world must rapidly move away from carbon-intensive fuels.
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Lord Myners accuses critics of misunderstanding his approach to reforming the Co-op, saying he supports the Co-operative model.
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The European Union must do more" to lead worldwide efforts to limit climate change, the UK government says.
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House of Fraser sells an 89% stake in its UK department store business to Chinese conglomerate Sanpower in a deal worth £480m.
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The director general of the National Trust accuses the government of pushing councils to produce local plans quickly so homes can be built.
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A long-awaited report on how to curb climate change says the world must rapidly move away from carbon-intensive fuels.
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European Central Bank president, Mario Draghi, says he is ready to provide "further stimulus" if the euro remains strong and inflation low.
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Scientists are calling for a big shift to renewable energy as a solution to the problems caused by global warming.
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A UN report on climate change is expected to call for a trebling of the planet's use of renewable energy to reduce the risks of global warming.
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Climate researchers meeting in Berlin have been accused of not paying enough attention to the interests of developing countries.
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A peregrine falcon nest is spotted on a ledge at the University Library in Cambridge after an environmentalist says he saw them mating on the side of the tower.
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Why isn't plan to remove CO2 from atmosphere catching on?
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