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Owners of potentially lethal tumble dryers are given revised guidance by manufacturer Whirlpool.
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Bosses from Uber, Deliveroo, Hermes and Amazon say offering more employment rights would harm them.
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Firms "particularly adversely affected" by business rate changes may get help, Theresa May says.
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The WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement should cut trade costs and help developing nations the most.
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A church in Hertfordshire says it lost money after HSBC closed its bank account for two weeks.
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New lending figures show that high prices are putting London homeowners off moving house.
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The UK's economy did better than thought at the end of last year, but estimate for 2016 is cut.
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The German parent company of UK energy firm Npower suffers writedowns on its power plants.
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Lloyds Bank is top gainer on the 100-share index after announcing its highest profit for a decade.
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Doctors from a children's hospital have saved the life of a premature baby hippo.
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Annual profits slump at the aircraft maker following another big charge on its military cargo plane.
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Lloyds Banking Group, nearly 5% owned by the taxpayer, sees profits rise on lower PPI provisions.
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Five airlines that fly into Europe have been told they must pay compensation to passengers for delays.
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Particles of debris from car tyres are ending up in the ocean as "plastic soup", conservationists warn.
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Tom Cowley, who is autistic, dreamt of creating computer games, but struggled to find employment. But now an IT firm is harnessing the unique qualities of autistic people.
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BBC News looks at the idea of the "purple pound" and how much it is worth to the economy.
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How do people trying to juggle stay in work with a painful and debilitating condition like arthritis?
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The business people with life-changing injuries and illnesses who created bespoke jobs.
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Not everyone in the US's coal country is waiting for mining to return, they are looking to diversify.
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British businesses could be losing out on a potential £420 million a week by failing to target disabled consumers.
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Canada's Trump?
22 Feb 2017 0:33:29
An outspoken businessman and reality TV star hopes to make a populist splash in Canadian government.
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Textbook royal
22 Feb 2017 0:18:05
The best teachers go beyond academic lessons to pass on lessons in compassion, says Prince Harry.
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Supermarket sourcing
22 Feb 2017 0:18:01
Importing food is getting more expensive so why don't UK supermarkets get more of their supplies from home?
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New research suggests that thousands of businesses across England and Wales were taken to magistrates courts last year for non payment of their business rates.
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As many as 72,000 women fail to qualify for a workplace pension, as they have more than one employer.
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