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A Tata Steel worker says the Clydebridge workforce is downhearted - "the feeling in the place is it's finished, it's all over".
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Students tend to worry about building up debts at university, but an expert explains that they should consider saving too.
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The Irish Data Protection Commissioner is to investigate Facebook's data transfers from the EU to the US.
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An entomologist who discovered a species of moth is auctioning the right to give it an official name, on eBay.
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Japan acknowledges that a worker involved in clean-up work at Fukushima may have developed cancer as a result.
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Office staff are being warned about fake emails that appear to come from one of their bosses, telling them to transfer money.
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The managing director of Waitrose, Mark Price, is standing down from his post, the BBC has learnt.
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French bank Credit Agricole is understood to have agreed to pay $800m (£516m) to settle charges it broke US sanctions in Iran and other countries.
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Costa coffee sales and the Premier Inn hotel chain boost parent company Whitbread's half-year profits, up 5.4% on last year.
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London's leading shares edge higher in early Tuesday trade, boosted by strong results from hotel groups.
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Online clothing retailer Asos has reported a 1% rise in pre-tax profit to £47.5m for the year to the end of August, compared with £46.9m a year earlier.
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Nigel, Rhonda, Wendy and Steve are among the names chosen by the public to help identify future UK storms, the Met Office announces.
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Myanmar announces it will curb the widespread use of US dollars within the country to stabilise the tumbling domestic currency, the kyat.
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Australian shares were trading slightly lower after the government unveiled a set of tough new banking regulations.
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United Continental has appointed an acting boss after its chief executive suffered a heart attack last week.
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A national register of drones and their owners is urgently needed, the US transport secretary has said.
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Sharon Lee turned an excess of lime growing on her balcony in Singapore into a marmalade success story.
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Tata Steel is set to announce later that 1,200 jobs will go in Scunthorpe and Lanarkshire, as the industry struggles with collapsing prices.
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One of the richest food baskets in the world is in jeopardy because of sand mining, rising sea water levels and dam building, the BBC's Navin Singh Khadka reports
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Who will be the winners and losers?
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How InMobi became the world's third-biggest mobile ad firm
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As Back to the Future Day nears, what did it get right - and wrong?
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Why are placebos getting more effective?
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Inga Beale, the Lloyd's of London chief executive, tops an annual power list of the top 100 LGBT executives.
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How China is investing heavily in the UK
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