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A key index of activity in the UK services sector indicates growth, but is not as strong as expected.
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A government agency confirms a criminal probe into fires that affected the Vauxhall Zafira.
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Shares in the music streaming business fall after first results as a listed company disappoint investors.
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Commonwealth Bank apologises for not telling customers about the potential privacy breach two years ago.
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The Chinese smartphone maker's flotation could be the biggest globally since Alibaba's 2014 IPO.
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Kew Gardens' largest glasshouse - the Temperate House - reopens after an ambitious five-year restoration.
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Cambridge Analytica is warned not to delete its data history ahead of an investigation.
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Group led by hotel owner wants to build a new terminal on the airport's western edge near the M25.
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TalkTalk comes last for the second year running in a broadband service report from Ofcom.
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As talks are due to resume between the US, Canada and Mexico over a new trade deal, Canada is hopeful of a positive outcome.
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The Temperate House at Kew Gardens, which was built in 1863, is home to some of the world's rarest plants.
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Elon Musk's electric car maker lost more than $700m in the first three months of 2018.
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The political consultancy at the centre of a data-harvesting scandal says it is shutting down.
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The two black men will each receive $1 and $200,000 for a youth employment programme.
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The UK's vehicle safety agency says the German luxury car maker failed to tell it about the fault.
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Scientists piece together the skull of an ancient bird, which had a primitive beak lined with teeth.
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TSB boss grilled by MPs
02 May 2018 5:41:07
TSB chief executive Paul Pester says he does not know when the bank's IT problems will be fully resolved.
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Chief executive Paul Pester says he is "truly sorry" and admits he does not know when it will all be fixed.
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America's two retail giants are reportedly vying for a stake in the Indian e-commerce company.
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The proposed multi-year budget, the first post-Brexit, tries to find new sources of income.
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To make accountability the norm after gender violence in the United States, we need to change tactics, says victims' rights attorney and TED Fellow Laura L. Dunn. Instead of going institution by institution, fighting for reform, we need to go to the Constitution and finally pass the Equal Rights Amendment, which would require states to address gender inequality and violence. By ushering in sweeping change, Dunn says, "our legal system can become a system of justice, and #MeToo can finally become 'no more.'"
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The department store chain announces a turnaround plan and a new Chinese owner.
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Eurozone GDP growth slowed to 0.4% in the first quarter, but it still beat the UK's 0/1% growth.
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In his last paper, the Cambridge physicist tackles multiple universes and a cosmic paradox.
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Record collectors spent $200m on the online marketplace Discogs last year, with vinyl making 80% of sales.
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