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Pension policyholders have been warned not to be tempted to "dash for the cash" when the new rules come into effect in April.
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Britain's public finances improve in February with government borrowing down by a third from a year earlier thanks to a pick up in seasonal income tax payments.
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TSB - the bank formerly owned by Lloyds - has agreed to a £1.7bn takeover by Spanish bank Sabadell.
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Jaguar Land Rover is recalling more than 36,000 sport utility vehicles (SUVs) in China after a state television report aired complaints over its gearboxes.
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Plans to overhaul transport across the North of England, including multi-billion pound rail schemes, are being laid out by the government later.
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Asian stocks are mostly lower after the US dollar recoups most of its losses following the Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday.
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A student at Oxford University has found that a coronation medal was personally designed by Isaac Newton and includes a political message.
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A multi-million pound government IT system to process EU subsidy payments for farmers has been largely abandoned following "performance problems".
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Millions of people could witness the best solar eclipse in years in the UK and northern Europe later, with large areas set to go into deep shadow.
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US technology giant AT&T loses $40m after its lawyers did not read key documents in time and subsequently failed to submit an appeal in a patent case.
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Bank of New York Mellon agrees to pay $714m to settle allegations it committed fraud and overcharged for its foreign exchange services.
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A new franchise hopes to woo New York's sports fans
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The rise of biometric banking
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How hydrogen could help decarbonise the world
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The Greek debt crisis dominates as EU leaders gather for a summit in Brussels, which is also due to focus on relations with Russia over Ukraine.
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The US Federal Aviation Administration approves Amazon's plans to begin testing drones for online deliveries.
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For the first time, there are more black Uber cars on the streets of New York City than traditional yellow taxis, latest figures reveal.
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Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean has fallen to the lowest recorded level for the winter season, according to US scientists.
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What we think of as 3D printing, says Joseph DeSimone, is really just 2D printing over and over ... slowly. Onstage at TED2015, he unveils a bold new technique -- inspired, yes, by Terminator 2 -- that's 25 to 100 times faster, and creates smooth, strong parts. Could it finally help to fulfill the tremendous promise of 3D printing?
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The chief economist of the Bank of England says UK interest rates are as likely to fall further as to rise.
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Budget airline Ryanair abandons plans to operate transatlantic flights, just days after it said its board had approved the measure.
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Wild beavers found living on the River Otter in Devon are a species which was once native to the UK, tests confirm.
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Costa Cruises and MSC Cruises, two Italian cruise companies, cancel planned stops in Tunisian ports following shootings at a museum in Tunis that killed 21 people.
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Chancellor George Osborne needs to spell out exactly how he plans to cut £12bn from welfare spending, says the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
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