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The single currency gained against the dollar after a strong showing for German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Sunday's election.
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Tesco is set to officially unveil its own-brand tablet computer on Monday.
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Labour will announce plans to fund free childcare for working parents of three and four year olds.
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Cleaning up vast amounts of nuclear waste at Sellafield plant
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China's manufacturing activity picked up speed in September, an initial survey by HSBC shows, adding to signs of a rebound in its economy.
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Five critical questions facing the IPCC
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A 15-year slow down in temperature increases is said to be at the heart of a key report on climate change.
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Michael Tay, the man behind the Russia-Singapore Business Forum, tells Sharanjit Leyl about his work and what will dominate the agenda as this year's forum.
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Taiwan is seeing an increasing number of white collar workers switching to blue collar jobs, as Cindy Sui reports.
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BBC finds Bangladeshi workers locked in on 19-hour shifts
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A BBC investigation has found factory workers in Bangladesh are working 19-hour shifts in dangerous conditions to make clothes for Western high streets.
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The traditional way of getting dinner is buy food and cook it, or to go to a restaurant. But what if someone in a nearby street has cooked more than they need?
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Scientists have mapped the genome of the native ash tree, in research to find a way to protect woodlands from a deadly fungus.
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The BBC's Victoria Gill explains why the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report really matters, in just 90 seconds.
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Building Societies are "well placed" to benefit from an economic recovery, and are showing "healthy" profits, says the accountancy firm KPMG.
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Could you run a firm with your ex-husband or wife?
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Behind the scenes at a payday lender
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Shadow chancellor Ed Balls wants to draft in the Office for Budget Responsibility to scrutinise Labour's election manifesto.
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Scientists say they have made a significant leap towards creating a vaccine that would protect against every form of flu.
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Lenders resume talks with the Greek government to determine whether the twice bailed-out economy will get its latest instalment of cash.
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Large companies will have to train a new apprentice for each skilled worker they hire from outside the EU, under Labour plans.
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Food prices are a source of stress to four-in-10 shoppers, and almost a third are struggling to feed their families, consumer group Which? says.
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A special exhibition to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Laura Ashley clothing brand opens on Saturday.
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The past week has seen figures suggesting that UK house prices rose at their fastest rate in August since June 2010.
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