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EU negotiator says the Flintshire wings plant could see restrictions on movement of parts and staff.
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Scientists have detected a new particle at the Large Hadron Collider at Cern
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Looks at the party's relationship with business, and whether it is now trusted by the City.
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Big jump in African tourists
06 Jul 2017 1:58:07
Tourist numbers more than double over a 20-year period, with more coming from within the continent.
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The billionaire Newcastle United owner tells the High Court he enjoys binge drinking.
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The head of the UK's financial services regulator argues Brexit should not mean an end to open markets.
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The European Union and Japan conclude a landmark free trade deal in Brussels, EU officials announce.
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The regulator is looking into whether customers were misled over switching charges
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The Doha-based airline becomes the fourth carrier to allow electronic devices in the cabin on US flights.
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The household products giant says June's cyber attack could lead to a permanent loss of revenue.
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Shares in AB Foods jump 6% after a better-than-expected performance from its Primark clothing chain.
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The housebuilder has already set aside £7m to deal with customer complaints over faulty homes.
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Police are investigating because autonomous vehicles are not yet allowed on China's public roads.
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A two-week-old pygmy hippopotamus steps out under the care of its mum, at an animal park in Santiago.
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The star only made the music available on his own streaming service Tidal and to Sprint customers in the US.
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The boss of dairy chain Arla has warned there may be a butter and cream shortage in the UK this Christmas.
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The European and Japanese space agencies put the finishing touches to their Mercury satellites.
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Rising numbers of people want selfies riding elephants, or washing them, or patting their trunks, but according to a study carried out by World Animal Protection across Asia, many are kept in "severely cruel" conditions.
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The BBC's Jan Bruck has you covered.
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Our clothing and laundry are polluting the marine environment, UK research reveals.
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Lapu-Lapu in the Philippines sells its handcrafted guitars and ukuleles around the world. But modern life means there are strings attached to its success.
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Our clothing and laundry are polluting the marine environment, UK research reveals.
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Fuel savers
05 Jul 2017 3:12:32
Future Energy: How artificial intelligence can be used to make power stations run more efficiently.
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No laughing matter
05 Jul 2017 3:04:13
Using humour in the workplace can help make it a more enjoyable place to work, but you need to proceed with caution.
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The Sports Direct boss was in court today and gave some fascinating insights into how he does business.
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