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Air India is to launch an investigation after a passenger allegedly found worms in his mid-flight sandwich, a company spokesman tells the BBC.
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Twice as many Britons as previously thought could be carrying the human form of "mad cow" disease, variant CJD
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The boss of German gummi bear maker Haribo, Hans Riegel, dies aged 90.
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Who wins after George Osborne's trade visit to China?
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Burberry's chief executive is to leave the company next year to join technology giant Apple.
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Barclays' head of compliance, former Financial Services Authority boss Sir Hector Sants, is to take time off after suffering from stress and exhaustion.
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Royal Mail chief executive Moya Greene says it is "the proudest moment" of her career, following the privatisation of the "wonderful institution".
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Are citizen science projects advancing our knowledge?
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US bank Citigroup sees profits for the third quarter fall from the previous three months as trading slows.
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A major archaeological dig unearths evidence of frogs legs being eaten in Britain, some 8,000 years before France, organisers say.
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The US Senate is nearing a deal to raise the federal debt ceiling, but Republicans in the lower house have yet to agree.
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Profile: Angela Ahrendts
15 Oct 2013 2:00:19
The American credited with rescuing Burberry
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As the latest figures show average house prices in the UK reaching record levels, the BBC's Hugh Pym explains why the levels differ so widely and considers where the trend may go from here.
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Chancellor George Osborne says he expects the Chinese currency, the RMB, to become almost as familiar as the US dollar in his lifetime in the UK.
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Eurostar reports an increase in sales revenues and number of passengers during the summer as the UK economy recovers.
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E-book seller Kobo suspends all self-published books from its UK store after the discovery of abuse-themed titles on sale.
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Germany persuades the EU to delay introducing new limits on CO2 emissions from cars - and angers environmentalists.
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As UK inflation remains at 2.7%, BBC Breakfast asks why wages are not increasing at the same rate.
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The European Space Agency has unveiled plans to "take 3D printing into the metal age" by building parts for jets, spacecraft and fusion power plants.
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Shareholders in Alitalia back moves to issue new shares worth 300m euros as part of plans to save the struggling airline from bankruptcy.
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The Irish government is set to unveil yet another round of spending cuts raising concern that the news will force more young people to flee the country
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The Today programme's science correspondent Tom Feilden examines citizen science - the trend for involving amateurs in research projects - and asks whether it is real science or just good PR.
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UK inflation measured by the consumer prices index (CPI) was 2.7% in September, unchanged from August, official figures show.
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UK house prices have hit a record level, according to the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
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Edinburgh Zoo says its female giant panda, Tian Tian, is no longer expecting a cub.
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