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A rise in the cost of air fares, clothing, vehicle excise duty and electricity all contributed.
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A big write-down in the value of Vodafone's Indian business hits the mobile operator's results.
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The uninhabited Pacific island is littered with 37.7 million pieces of plastic debris, scientists say.
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Company chief Mark Fields wants to boost profits and halt a slide in the company's share price.
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The U11 has a pressure-sensitive edge that triggers the camera when squeezed.
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The airline reports a bigger loss, partly due to the fall in sterling and timing of Easter.
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Meet the scientist behind one of the biggest science projects in the Middle East.
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How an entrepreneur is bringing water to the deserts of Pakistan by using goats as currency.
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A fishing ban extension is said to be the best hope for the world's most endangered marine species.
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The party says it would give those starting businesses £100 a week towards living costs for six months.
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The London-based satellite operator puts up a fourth spacecraft in its global broadband network.
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15 May 2017 3:01:39
DNA-testing kits for health and fitness are growing in popularity, but is it all hype?
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A consumer group says "life-changing sums" are being lost by victims of bank transfer scams.
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Many employees say they fear the workload after returning from sickness leave, a survey claims.
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Households could save about £100 a year, the party says, in plans to be announced in its manifesto.
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US judge tells Uber to sideline an engineer but says the firm can continue work on self-driving cars.
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Swansea University researchers are using the models to understand how best to use tidal power.
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The Work and Pensions Secretary refuses to confirm the living wage will rise to £9 an hour by 2020.
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The restaurant chain's latest TV campaign has been criticised for exploiting childhood bereavement.
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We need a new way to tax businesses in the UK, argues Times journalist Raphael Hogarth in this Viewsnight.
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The columnist's contract is terminated, the paper says, after an article on footballer Ross Barkley.
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The UK's supermarkets are making space for increasing amounts of less-than-perfect produce.
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The TUC boss says living standards have been falling too fast for too long.
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The Deal or No Deal host claims the bank has shown no urgency in compensating HBOS fraud victims.
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How can we harness the power of superintelligent AI while also preventing the catastrophe of robotic takeover? As we move closer toward creating all-knowing machines, AI pioneer Stuart Russell is working on something a bit different: robots with uncertainty. Hear his vision for human-compatible AI that can solve problems using common sense, altruism and other deeply human values.
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