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Banks in the UK have continued to reduce the amount they lend, but what impact is this having on small business in the UK?
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The UK manufacturing sector grew at its fastest pace in more than a year, according to a survey, with production and new orders picking up.
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The pace of decline in the eurozone's manufacturing sector eased last month, according to a closely-watched survey
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Banks in the UK have continued to reduce the amount they lend out, but is this having an impact on first-time buyers looking to secure a mortgage?
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The struggle for control of PC-maker Dell has intensified in recent days, ahead of a shareholder vote on the firm's future on 18 July.
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The Today programme's business news with Simon Jack.
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An operation to raise a German World War II bomber from the bottom of the English Channel has been postponed for at least a week due to bad weather.
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Gary Miller, member of the International Fraud Group, says that online money transfer service Liberty Reserve was like "a criminal version of PayPal".
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Turkey's main share index falls 6% following the escalation of anti-government protests over the weekend.
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One of the energy firms hoping to exploit the UK's resources of shale gas says it may be sitting on significantly more gas than previously thought.
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Japanese shares continue their recent decline, hurt by weak manufacturing data from China and fears over the US scaling back key stimulus measures.
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UK banks have continued to reduce the amount they lend out, Bank of England figures show, in spite of government attempts to reverse the trend.
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Insect expert Tim Melling explained why more short-haired bumblebees are to be reintroduced to the countryside in Kent
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Hugh Pym reports that Vodafone could be about to do one of the biggest deals ever in the United States which could give a major boost to the whole London stock market.
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Shares of Infosys, India's second-largest software firm, rise after the company asks its co-founder Narayana Murthy to return as chairman.
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Mario Draghi, the head of the European Central Bank (ECB), defends its bond-buying programme ahead of a court hearing against it.
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BBC correspondents in China, India and the US give their views on internet censorship.
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Doctors at a European meeting of anaesthetists will call for global agreement on the criteria and length of time taken to diagnose death.
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Welcome to the world of ethical hacking
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Technology giant Apple is to begin its defence against charges by the US government that it colluded to set the prices of e-books.
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The reptiles multiplying and marching into Australian gardens
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One of the energy firms hoping to exploit the UK's resources of shale gas says it may be sitting on significantly more gas than previously thought.
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The number of people in the UK saving for retirement is at an all-time low, according to a report by pensions and investments company Scottish Widows.
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The student who built a fashion franchise while still at university
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Lib Dem energy and climate secretary Ed Davey is to make an unprecedented attack on "blinkered" and "publicity-seeking" climate change sceptics.
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