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The government could force people out of pension schemes if reforms are too punitive, ministers will be warned
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The Australian government reaches agreement with two telecommunications companies to bring high-speed internet to most of the nation.
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Proposals to give the public free shares in part-nationalised banks RBS and Lloyds are backed by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg
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Yahoo's stake in Chinese e-commerce site Alibaba is arguably its most important asset. But Yahoo shareholders are growing uneasy about changes in the way Alibaba operates.
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Silicone breast implants are relatively safe despite frequent complications and a small increased risk of lymphoma, US drug regulators say.
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Famous feast
23 Jun 2011 1:56:29
Descendant's of Captain Scott's doomed Antarctic expedition mark a key anniversary
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Dark secret
23 Jun 2011 1:35:54
Just why were 17 people thrown down a medieval well?
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Indian airline IndiGo buys the largest number of aircraft bought in a single order - 180 planes from Airbus.
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Germany was planning a gas attack as part of its planned invasion of Britain during World War II, National Arvchives documents suggest.
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Single mothers will be hardest hit by the government's programme of benefit cuts and tax rises, says the Fawcett Society.
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Data dilemma
22 Jun 2011 3:00:24
Dealing with the network issues created by a global workforce
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Big burden?
22 Jun 2011 2:38:53
The Airbus plane that really needs some export orders
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The Federal Reserve cuts its growth forecast for the US economy in the face of the impact of higher energy prices.
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Astronomers spot an enormous collision between four galaxy clusters, shearing apart hundreds of galaxies and hinting at the nature of dark matter.
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Anti-corruption officials from Fifa are set to visit Zimbabwe to conclude an investigation into match-fixing allegations.
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Tesco Bank admits some customers are still unable to access online accounts, despite earlier claims a computer glitch had been fixed.
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Coming together
22 Jun 2011 6:15:56
Asia takes the lead in embracing the web's social side
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British Airways cabin crew staff back the agreement to settle their long-running industrial dispute with the airline.
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The Dutch airline KLM says it plans to use recycled cooking oil on 200 flights between Paris and Amsterdam.
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Transocean, the owner of the oil rig that leaked millions of gallons of crude into the Gulf of Mexico blames BP for the disaster.
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About a third of drivers have cut down on the number of car journeys they make because of the cost of motoring, an RAC report has suggested, and they say rural drivers will be the hardest hit.
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In this 3-minute talk, cartoonist and educator Jok Church tells a moving story of the teacher who cared for him when no one else did -- and how he returned the favor.
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In this 3-minute talk, cartoonist and educator Jok Church tells a moving story of the teacher who cared for him when no one else did -- and how he returned the favor.
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Successful ticket applicants for the London 2012 Olympics have begun finding out which events they will be attending.
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A new species of mushroom is named by its discoverers after the cartoon character SpongeBob Squarepants.
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