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Two major government export schemes have failed to help a single firm, says Labour's shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna.
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Wildlife organisations condemn the illegal trapping of birds after a buzzard was found fatally injured in the Peak District National Park.
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The Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny says that his country's economy, including its banks, are on the upturn.
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Ladybirds are a good, natural way to combat garden pests, according to one wildlife expert.
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Supermarkets are urged in an official report to scrap their "buy one get one free" offers to help cut the amount of food being wasted by shoppers.
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New rules affecting workplace disputes and employment tribunals, including fines for employers, come into force as the new tax year begins.
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Story of UK scientist who isolated cancer virus
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Quiz of the new tax year
06 Apr 2014 1:54:20
Test yourself on the new changes, with our taxing questions
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Can a play teach science and be exciting at the same time?
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Could live theatre be the best way to engage children's passion for science?
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The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London opens to the public for the first time since the 2012 London Games.
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The Ukrainian PM condemns the near doubling of gas prices charged by Russia, accusing Moscow of trying to punish the new leadership in Kiev.
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Massimo Cellino wins his appeal against the Football League's decision to block his takeover of Leeds United.
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Nasa has released dramatic footage of a solar flare, captured by its Solar Dynamics Observatory.
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Britain will have the highest personal tax allowance in the G7 from Sunday, the Government has claimed.
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Lerato Mbele reports on South Africa's weak currency and why it has been named one of the Fragile Five.
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The joys and dangers of living with Williams Syndrome
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The US Treasury grants plane manufacturer Boeing a licence to export some commercial parts to Iran, in its first public dealings since 1979.
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Data roaming in Dorset
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Cement giants Lafarge and Holcim are in talks about merging into a company that would have a stock market value of more than $30bn euros.
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Video footage emerges of what some people have claimed is a meteorite falling to Earth and narrowly missing a skydiver.
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An analysis has found that only 20% of high street stores are vacant - a lower rate than that for shopping centres or retail parks.
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Why Laurie McIlwee's resignation is a blow for Tesco
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Major Tim Peake is due to begin his visit the International Space Station to carrying out scientific experiments at the end of 2015.
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Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson takes a "long-term teaching position" at Harvard University.
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