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The Norwich and Peterborough Building Society will pay back all its customers who lost money when Keydata collapsed.
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Savers face an increasingly tricky search to find accounts that protect their funds from being eroded by inflation, experts say.
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Formula One supremo, Bernie Ecclestone, says he flies on his own private jet to attend global business meetings. He opposes a rise in tax, and he also believes nuclear power is the future.
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The chief executive of Dutch bank ING agrees to forgo his £1m bonus after a public outcry.
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Lowering VAT and loosening planning regulations are on the Budget wish list from businesses in Hull and East Yorkshire
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The UK government borrowed a record amount for the month of February, according to official statistics.
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The UK Consumer Prices Index rate of inflation rises to 4.4%, up from 4% in January, driven by higher food and fuel costs.
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To what extent can the world economy shrug off higher oil prices?
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The UK Consumer Prices Index (CPI) annual rate of inflation has risen to 4.4%, up from 4% in January.
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Next year will see an auction of the 4G mobile phone spectrum, with Ofcom today announcing a consultation into the bidding process. But what will the new network mean for mobile phone users?
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China's currency at record high against the dollar in a sign that Beijing intends to use the currency to fight inflation.
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Mike Warburton: "If you were designing it, you wouldn't have two different systems for tax."
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Time-lapse footage reveals how a lily blooms and why the flowers have their familiar wrinkled petals.
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Sepp Blatter says he will step down as Fifa president in 2015, if he is elected for a fourth term in June.
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Toyota's plans to restart car production in Japan
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Punch Taverns is to split its business in two and sell thousands of pubs as part of a major overhaul of the company.
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Franics Tusa: "Our Tornadoes cost £35k an hour in flight."
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China's foreign ministry rejects claims by Google that Beijing is disrupting access to its e-mail service.
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There is always stiff competition for seats on commuter trains but it seems that getting your own seat no longer guarantees a comfortable journey.
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What about Watt?
22 Mar 2011 7:54:46
Celebrating the achievements of the first hero of the Industrial Revolution
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Japanese stocks are rising amid reports of progress in containing radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
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Efforts resume to restore power and cool damaged reactors at Japan's quake-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, despite rising smoke and steam.
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Carmakers Toyota and Honda say they will not restart production this week as they struggle to get parts supplied.
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Decades of census data, alongside a mathematical model, suggest religion in nine countries is being driven to extinction.
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The telecoms regulator launches a consultation on how best to sell off the rights to 4G mobile wireless networks.
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