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The Bank of England maintains the UK's main interest rate at 0.5% but signals that it expects to take action next month.
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A new meat-eating dinosaur has been discovered in Argentina that possessed stubby arms like Tyrannosaurus rex.
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While most of the exotic aircraft on display at this year's Farnborough Airshow still need a pilot, unmanned vehicles have become more and more common in recent years.
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The European Commission steps up pressure on Google, alleging that it abused its dominance in internet shopping and restricted competition.
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The government remains committed to building a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset, the new Chancellor Philip Hammond said.
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The BBC's Theo Leggett looks inside one of Bombardier's new C-Series aircraft, a programme that faced years of questions about its financial viability.
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Pokemon Go - a mobile game that has become a global phenomenon - is released in the UK.
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BBC News looks back at what was happening in the UK when interest rates were last cut, on 5 March 2009.
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UK shares and the pound rise ahead of the latest announcement from the Bank of England, which is widely expected to cut interest rates.
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Mother and baby products chain Mothercare reports strong overseas sales, but poor weather in Britain forced it to bring forward sales.
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The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, says he does not anticipate the need for an emergency Budget.
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Chancellor Philip Hammond says the UK economy is entering a "new phase" which will be judged by "different parameters".
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Cycling and car parts company Halfords hopes new bike ranges by Sir Bradley Wiggins and Laura Trott will lift demand after a damp first quarter.
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Japanese stocks continue their positive trend, adding a fourth day of gains since last weekend's election.
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Cuban Economy Minister Marino Murillo is removed from his post following President Raul Castro's warning last week of continuing economic uncertainty.
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Loretta Yang left the film industry along with her director husband to start making glassware using an ancient Chinese technique.
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Shares in Japanese gaming firm Nintendo rise 16% on Thursday, an overall increase of more than 50% since the release of the hugely successful Pokemon Go game last week.
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A Bronze Age village dubbed "Britain's Pompeii" which yielded an "extraordinary window" on the period burnt down after just months, it emerges.
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The US sentences a Chinese businessman to nearly four years in prison after he pleaded guilty to hacking sensitive military information.
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Yum Brands, parent company of fast-food chains KFC and Pizza Hut has reported $3bn of sales for the second quarter.
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13 Jul 2016 3:04:50
As the new Ghostbusters movie hits cinemas around the world, we take a look at the work of real-life ghost hunters.
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A team of paranormal investigators show how they hunt for ghosts at a suspected haunted restaurant in the US state of Maryland.
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The Bank of England may cut UK interest rates to 0.25% on Thursday in what would be the first reduction for more than seven years.
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The supply of homes on the market fell at its sharpest rate to date and buyer demand hit an eight-year low during the month of the Brexit vote.
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So many tree species are present in the Amazon basin that it would take 300 years to catalogue them all, scientists say.
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