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Agricultural shows were once the highlight of the farming diary but in the last few years, a number of high profile events - including The Royal Show - have been forced to close.
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Archaeologists in Mexico unveil some 8,000 etchings carved into stones that they believe were made by hunter-gatherers 6,000 years ago.
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Holders of preference shares and bonds in Co-op Bank are revolting against the suggested terms of the bank's rescue.
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Non-executive directors Malcolm Murray and Phil Cartmell leave the Rangers board.
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Billy Hayes, the general secretary of the Communication Workers Union (CWU), has told the Today programme that he disapproved of Ed Miliband's plans to change Labour's relationship with the trade unions.
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Europe's largest oil company Royal Dutch Shell announces that Ben van Beurden is to be its new chief executive.
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Marks and Spencer reports a 0.3% rise in underlying sales for the latest quarter, as strong food sales offset a fall in clothing sales.
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Where is corruption most widespread?
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More than one in two people think corruption has worsened over the last two years, says a public opinion survey by Transparency International.
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Unilever's chief executive tells the BBC about his plans for expansion in emerging markets and particularly Asia.
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Uniqlo becomes the first global fashion retailer to open stores in Bangladesh with two stores in Dhaka.
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Shares of Japanese camera and medical equipment maker Olympus fall after it unveils plans to raise 118bn yen ($1.2bn; £780m) in fresh capital.
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China's policy of giving free coal for heating to residents in the north has contributed to shaving 5.5 years off life expectancy, a study says.
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Companies and charities should be allowed to help those looking for work on a payment-by-results, urges a think-tank close to the government.
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The blurred line between science and fiction
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Surveyors are expecting house prices to keep rising after the UK housing market started to record some momentum following a sluggish few years.
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The chief executive of US bookstore chain Barnes & Noble, William Lynch, resigns amid continued drop in sales of its Nook e-books and devices.
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China's Ping An Insurance Group agrees to buy the Lloyd's building in London for £260m ($388m).
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Could your smartphone save your life?
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Choir singers not only harmonise their voices they also synchronise their heartbeats, a study suggests.
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UK scientists have made a device that can "smell" bladder cancer in urine samples.
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A mountaineering organisation is highlighting the good things about midges and ticks to raise awareness about the risks they pose.
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Copying a simple movement such as the Macarena can help scientists understand how our brains learn more complex movements.
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The financial benefit of having the Tour de France come to town
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Murray's minted
08 Jul 2013 3:00:53
How Andy Murray will cash in on that Wimbledon win
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