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The Prince of Wales has spoken of his concern for Britain's farming communities in a special edition of BBC One's Countryfile programme.
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The clothing firm that found it was too popular
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Norway's oil fund, one of the biggest investors in the world, rose in value by 13.4% last year, its second-best performance ever.
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At the 2013 International Boat Show in Dubai many business are trying to sell a dream of luxury living - but for those less wealthy, other firms offer the opportunity to rent a yacht or supercar for a day.
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A deep rumble produced by the great Tohoku earthquake in Japan two years ago was sensed by a satellite circling the Earth, scientists say.
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An inquiry is launched in China after more than 900 dead pigs are found floating in a river near the eastern city of Shanghai.
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What inspires the names given to insect species?
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A BBC survey for Late Kick Off shows clubs are worried about the financial health of the Football League.
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If you stay with one home insurer for many years, you may find your premium rises astronomically.
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This week on Your Money, Philip Hampsheir looks at negative equity in the housing market, the crack down on pay day lenders, and how working past retirement can affect people's pensions.
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New technology could make virtual reality a real reality
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Dentists could one day be able to replace missing teeth with ones newly grown from gum cells, say British researchers.
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'Why I decided to work beyond state pension age'
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Carmakers turn to sports vehicles for profits
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Rupert Murdoch's News Corp will start its new life as a mainly-publishing company with no debt and $2.6bn (£1.7bn) in cash when it is spun off.
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The chairman of the Treasury Committee, Andrew Tyrie, writes to the Financial Services Authority about the Bank of Ireland's plan to raise mortgage tracker rates.
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Astronomers update one of their most important numbers - the distance to the Large Magellanic Cloud, a close-by galaxy to our own Milky Way.
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By turn hilarious and haunting, poet Shane Koyczan puts his finger on the pulse of what it's like to be young and … different. "To This Day," his spoken-word poem about bullying, captivated millions as a viral video (created, crowd-source style, by 80 animators). Here, he gives a glorious, live reprise with backstory and violin accompaniment by Hannah Epperson.
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David Cameron is involved in a dispute with the Office for Budget Responsibility about the impact of austerity measures on economic growth.
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Thousands of staff at Crown - or main - post offices have voted to go on strike.
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Some of the world’s most endangered turtles have been given additional protection at the Cites conservation meeting in Bangkok.
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The US economy adds 236,000 jobs in February, and the jobless rate eases to 7.7%.
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The 428 employees at Barclays earning more than £1m is "no surprise" to banking analyst and chairman of the Financial Services Club Chris Skinner.
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A total of 428 employees of Barclays earned more than £1m last year, the bank discloses.
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British newspapers have portrayed her fellow Romanians as "lazy workshy people" the Cheeky Girl singer Monica Irimia said in her This Week film on immigration.
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