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Pharmacy claims charity BPAS encouraged "personal abuse" in a dispute over morning-after pill costs.
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Nine staff suspended after allegations of "mocking, abusing and assaulting" detainees.
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Premier League clubs take their deadline day spending to a record £210m but some of the highest-profile moves of the window fail to materialise.
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How technology can help Africa prepare for a doubling of its population in next 30 years.
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The software is designed to act as a low-cost early warning system for pancreatic tumours.
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BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
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Calluna, a female harrier fitted with a satellite tag, has not been tracked for more than a fortnight.
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Analysts say damage from the storm could approach $100bn.
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And women are more likely to enjoy their work, a survey suggests.
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The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the Tupperware party became a million dollar idea.
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Sky taxis
31 Aug 2017 3:03:14
How Dubai may be winning the race to launch the first passenger-carrying flying drones.
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Vacuum cleaners using more than 900 watts and emitting more than 80 decibels are no longer allowed in Europe's shops.
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Two out of five low-paid young parents who request flexible working end up worse off, the TUC says.
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All Volkswagen brands, including Audi, Seat, Skoda and VW Commercial Vehicles, will participate.
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The tycoon warns that the MP should read the lawyers' letter "very very carefully".
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New research sheds light on why yawns are so contagious.
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Scientists are closer to solving one of the big puzzles of the plant world - why leaf size matters.
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Reining it in
31 Aug 2017 6:43:20
The fine on gambling site 888 highlights that current methods of helping problem gamblers are not working.
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The bank says about 3.5 million "potentially unauthorised" accounts were created over almost eight years.
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Researchers observe smooth-coated otters watching and learning from each other.
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What's stopping the American government from recording your phone calls, reading your emails and monitoring your location? Very little, says surveillance and cybersecurity counsel Jennifer Granick. The government collects all kinds of information about you easily, cheaply and without a warrant -- and if you've ever participated in a protest or attended a gun show, you're likely a person of interest. Learn more about your rights, your risks and how to protect yourself in the golden age of surveillance.
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India's economy is growing at its slowest pace for three years. latest figures show.
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Customers in selected locations can book plumbers and electricians via the store chain's new service.
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Digital archaeologist Chance Coughenour is using pictures -- your pictures -- to reclaim antiquities that have been lost to conflict and disaster. After crowdsourcing photographs of destroyed monuments, museums and artifacts, Coughenour uses advanced technology called photogrammetry to create 3D reconstructions, preserving the memory of our global, shared, human heritage. Find out more about how you can help celebrate and safeguard history that's being lost.
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Sterling sense
31 Aug 2017 2:35:26
Buying foreign currency is both easier and more challenging than in the past.
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