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Citizens Advice is warning that some credit brokers are posing as payday lenders before charging consumers unexpected fees.
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Criminal gangs are offering to help people avoid paying for energy by "hotwiring" supplies for as little as £10, BBC Inside Out has learned.
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Interest rates should be held at their current level, says economic forecaster the EY Item Club - despite the possibility of rapid improvements in the labour market.
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As energy prices increase, a growing number of people across the UK are choosing to steal their gas and electricity.
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Will the city's Free Trade Zone boost China's economy?
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Deutsche Bank reports a surprise loss for the final quarter of 2013, publishing its results before they were expected.
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The Welsh rugby regions admit planning to join the English Premiership next season if a new European Cup is not launched.
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Europe's Rosetta probe, launched a decade ago on a long quest to chase down a comet, is due to come out of hibernation to prepare for its rendezvous.
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A future Labour government would involve consumer groups in ensuring there is genuine competition between businesses, Ed Miliband says.
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Moroccan charity uses kaftan business to challenge people's ideas about refugees
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New boiler room scam targets elderly
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Is our Sun falling silent?
18 Jan 2014 0:54:49
How a lack of activity on the Sun might affect our planet
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A new academic study has raised doubts about the performance of a commercial quantum computer in certain circumstances.
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The credit rating agency Moody's upgrades Ireland's debt from junk status saying its economy has growth potential.
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Worries over new roads in Tanzania's Serengeti
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How your phone could cut your bill by a quarter
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HSBC suspends two London-based foreign exchange traders as an investigation into the possible rigging of global currency trading gathers pace.
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A date is set for the roll-out of Copernicus, the European Union's multi-billion-euro Earth-observation project.
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The Unite union confirms that it has employed Stevie Deans, the former union convenor at the Ineos petrochemicals plant in Grangemouth.
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Nearly 50 of Britain's special wildlife sites were hit in the "devastating" recent flooding, according to a new assessment.
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Fridge sends spam emails
17 Jan 2014 7:18:24
A fridge has been discovered sending out spam after a web attack managed to compromise smart gadgets.
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What kind of robots does an animator / jazz musician / roboticist make? Playful, reactive, curious ones. Guy Hoffman shows demo film of his family of unusual robots -- including two musical bots that like to jam with humans. (Filmed at TEDxJaffa.)
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Tanzanians want better roads to reach schools and markets, but more traffic could threaten the migration of animals across the country's Serengeti National Park.
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US banking giant Morgan Stanley sees quarterly net income more than halved by heavy legal fees relating to mortgage-backed securities.
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A fragment of bone unearthed in 1999 could be the remains of King Alfred the Great or his son Edward the Elder, experts say.
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