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Fuel supplies to forecourts in Scotland and the north of England could be hit by a strike at the Port of Grangemouth, the Unite union claims.
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The BBC went along to the annual Design Indaba festival in Cape Town, South Africa.
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Lord Grade, who chairs the new Fundraising Regulator, says charities risk alienating the public amid concerns over the way they attract money.
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The owners of small and medium-sized firms are less confident than at any time since 2013, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
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The FBI issues a public bulletin laying out the risks of car hacking and suggests ways the public can protect their vehicles.
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Arriva Rail London has won a £1.5bn contract to operate the London Overground line, Transport for London (TfL) announces.
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A very hungry caterpillar that devours box plants - a staple of formal English gardens - is named "top pest" of 2015 by the UK's Royal Horticultural Society.
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The government rejects a minister's call for hard-to-recycle coffee cups to be taxed to stop millions of them being thrown away.
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How one of Africa's biggest solar farms could help South Africa solve its energy crisis.
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London's leading shares edge higher early on Friday, building on the previous day's rally, with mining stocks leading the upward trend.
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Plans to cut £1.3bn a year in disability benefit payments, which have sparked threats of a Tory revolt, are "a suggestion", cabinet minister Nicky Morgan says.
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Millions of rail passengers are to be given more help to claim money back when their train is delayed, the industry is promising.
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Asian markets open to see shares in troubled Japanese conglomerate Toshiba jump 4% after it sells its medical unit for nearly $6bn.
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Would you let a machine invest your money?
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Physicists studying the motion of sperm discover that the little swimmers flock together in tight groups if the surrounding fluid is "viscoelastic".
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Most of us share 2-4% of DNA with Neanderthals; some have genes from Denisovans; but their genetic mark has vanished in some stretches of genetic code.
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Ben Nevis, Britain's tallest mountain, is re-measured by Ordnance Survey and is now officially put at 1,345m high - a metre taller than before.
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BBC News visits a driving test centre to see how age affects our behaviour behind the wheel.
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More action is needed to recall Whirlpool's fire-risk tumble dryers before someone dies, according to a leading Trading Standards officer.
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The "unknown" of leaving the European Union could help stimulate Britain, according to Hargreaves Lansdown co-founder Peter Hargreaves.
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Life after the fall of a mobile phone giant
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Chinese state media has been fascinated by unicorns in recent months - of the tech variety. The BBC's Celia Hatton explains.
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EU leaders have agreed a deal that will allow the UK to scrap the so-called "tampon tax", British officials say.
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Thousands of staff at insurance firm Admiral will get a £1,000 bonus as a personal thank you from boss Henry Engelhardt before he retires.
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Astronomers use the Hubble Space Telescope to investigate a clutch of monster stars on the edge of our Milky Way Galaxy.
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