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It's impossible to rent a home in large parts of England without spending more than 30% of disposable income, a BBC investigation finds.
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The chief executive of Netflix tells the BBC that 'TV is getting bigger than it's ever been'.
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New research suggests that badgers do not transmit TB to cattle by direct contact.
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People spend more than a third of their disposable income on rent across large parts of England, a BBC investigation finds.
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Traffic hackers
04 Aug 2016 3:00:21
The internet of things is integral to smart urban transport systems, but all this data needs to be stored in the cloud. What are the security implications?
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A survey suggests the sharpest contraction in the number of people securing a permanent job since May 2009.
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The chief executive of Renault-Nissan tells the BBC he is "reasonably optimistic" over Brexit but says car prices will rise in the UK.
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The chief executive of Renault-Nissan tells the BBC he is "reasonably optimistic" over Brexit.
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Geologists have found evidence for an ancient megaflood which they say could be the mythical flood at the dawn of the first Chinese dynasty.
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An analysis of sports events suggests men may be better at reconciliation after conflicts which could give them advantages in the workplace.
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Bank of England governor Mark Carney tells Kamal Ahmed he was "compelled to act" on interest rates.
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Brewing giant AB InBev plans to cut up to 575 UK jobs in SABMiller £79bn takeover and move its HQ to its own base in Belgium.
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Electronics giant ZTE wants the public to help design one of its next mobile phones.
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Markets on Wall Street open pretty much flat on Thursday, after the Bank of England cuts interest rates for the first time since 2009.
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Crash priorities
04 Aug 2016 3:57:53
What makes people in aircraft crashes try to retrieve their personal effects?
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The Bank of England announces measures to stimulate the UK economy, with Governor Mark Carney saying it was ready to "take whatever action is needed".
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Brexit latest
04 Aug 2016 3:12:17
The BBC looks at the latest impact of the Brexit vote on the UK's economy, and housing and jobs markets.
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A hidden portrait by the French Impressionist painter Edgar Degas has been revealed using powerful x-rays, scientists report.
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The Bank of England has cut interest rates from 0.5% to 0.25% - a record low and the first cut since 2009.
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Interest rates and you
04 Aug 2016 2:33:29
How does the Bank of England's decision to cut interest rates to 0.25% affect savers, borrowers and pensioners?
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The 100 share index makes a 1% upward swing on rate cut and the pound falls by around 1% against the dollar and the euro.
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The Bank of England has cut interest rates to a record low of 0.25%. The BBC's economics editor Kamal Ahmed tells us why.
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The shadow chancellor wants borrowing to fund investment 'sooner rather than later'.
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Bookmaker Ladbrokes reports a return to profit for the first six months of the year to £25.2m as the "sporting gods"' back the bookies.
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Japanese carmaker Toyota reports a 15% drop in first quarter net profit with the strong yen weighing down the company's exports.
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