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The European Commission is to outline plans for a single authority that will be responsible for winding down eurozone banks that get into trouble.
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Credit ratings agency Moody's upgrades its outlook for the UK banking industry to stable from negative.
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Tesco overtakes HMV to become the second largest UK entertainment retailer behind Amazon.
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Average household debt has risen by more than 40% in the past year, with a large chunk being owed to family and friends, a survey suggests.
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Seeking the wild relatives of an orangutan in Jersey
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Housebuilder Barratt Developments says its full year profits will be stronger than expected, with the government's Help to Buy scheme boosting sales.
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Plans for a major motor racing track near Ebbw Vale could get the go-ahead from local councillors.
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Royal Mail have unveiled a brand new collection of stamps featuring 10 different butterfly species from the UK.
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AIG and GE Capital designated by regulators as "systemically important" companies, a move which will bring them under greater government oversight.
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China reports weaker than expected trade data, underling concerns of a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy,
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7 questions on heatwaves
10 Jul 2013 2:18:22
What a scorcher - test yourself on the hottest days
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Britain’s rich landowners are fuelling climate change by clearing peat bogs for grouse shooting, according to a report.
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Tests on an alternative atomic clock suggest that it could be used to redefine what a second is.
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The UK's third largest union warns Labour of a significant cut in funding if planned changes to the relationship with the party go ahead.
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Is there a nasty hangover looming from Germany’s ‘energy bender’?
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Can science explain why I'm a pessimist?
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There's concern over Chinese property firms and local authorities who amassed huge debts during the nation's construction boom.
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The details of the privatisation of Royal Mail will be announced later on Wednesday by the Business Secretary, Vince Cable.
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The head of the GMB union has told the BBC that the Labour Party risks a sharp fall in funding if it presses ahead without the end to the 'affiliation fee'.
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Who is affected by big currency moves?
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Hard choices for Egypt's middle class
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UN says poor education is a 'security issue'
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Reductions in air pollution levels in major cities around the world could reduce hospital admissions for heart failure, a study suggests.
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Concern over Italy's weak economy have prompted the ratings agency S&P to downgrade Italian government debt.
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A US judge approved the companies' decision to end the two-year dispute relating to the trademark of the term "app store."
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