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A huge new leak reveals how the wealthy and powerful, including the Queen's private estate, invest offshore.
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Broadband speeds are so slow, villagers say they are unable to do more than check emails and do a little browsing.
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Employers group the CBI calls on business leaders to stamp out sexual harassment in the workplace.
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Billionaire businessman Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is among dozens of senior figures detained.
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New laws mean shopping websites which publish false product adverts will face tough fines.
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Broadcasters warn of adverse effects to their industry unless a Brexit trade deal is reached with the EU.
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The business lobby group's president will tell its annual conference a clearer Brexit strategy is needed.
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US plans to promote coal as a solution to climate change at a key UN meeting rile environmentalists.
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Home Secretary Amber Rudd says social media firms should do more to end child sexual exploitation.
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The British Beer and Pub Association said current tax rates were "unsustainable".
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The US president tweets Saudi Arabia, asking it to choose New York for the deal.
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A spokesman says climate is "always changing" after a report ties global warming to human activity.
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Several cases of companies failing to comply with rules have emerged, risking customers losing out.
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Would-be migrants who failed to make it to Europe are being helped to come home and tell others of the dangers of making the attempt.
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The firm said it has identified two separate problems that raise the risk of fire.
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Where do people draw the line between harmless flirting and sexual harassment in the workplace?
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The Norwegian island of Kvaløya is now one of the few places in Europe to see a pod of killer whales.
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The most important infrastructure we have is educated minds, says former Tunisian government minister Amel Karboul. Yet too often large investments go to more visible initiatives such as bridges and roads, when it's the minds of our children that will really create a brighter future. In this sharp talk, she shares actionable ideas to ensure that every child is in school -- and learning -- within just one generation.
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Apple fans lined up in the middle of the night - with no portaloos - for the new iPhone.
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Employment rose by 261,000 after markets had predicted a post-hurricane rebound of 310,000.
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Savers will have to wait for a few weeks to see their interest rise - but rates will remain paltry.
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An outbreak of bird flu has hit the poultry industry in South Africa.
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The UK services sector grew by its fastest rate in six months in October.
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The services sector grew strongly in October though firms are cautious about the long-term.
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Higher rates will cause "some pain" for homeowners but should be kept in context, says deputy governor.
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