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Rugby league kicks on in Australia after World Cup win
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The pilot badger cull in west Gloucestershire fails to make the 70% target set by the government, official figures show.
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British Prime Minister David Cameron is on a trade mission to China - but he will find a country that is changing fast, as Juliana Liu reports.
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The UK's manufacturing sector picked up further in November to its strongest level for almost three years, according to a closely watched survey.
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David Cameron is in Beijing, where he is leading the biggest British trade delegation to ever visit China.
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The Bank of England says lending by banks and building societies participating in its Funding for Lending scheme was three times higher in the third quarter.
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Eurozone factory orders rise for a fifth consecutive month in November, with activity accelerating at its fastest pace for over two years, according to a survey.
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Chinese stock markets fall on Monday after the regulators issued new rules for reforming the country's share sale market over the weekend.
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The chief executive of GrainCorp, Alison Watkins, quits just days after Australia blocked a takeover bid for the company.
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Triumph Motorcycles is going to start selling its iconic bikes in India but faces competition from rivals Harley Davidson and Ducati.
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The vast majority of people in England and Wales still commute to work by car, according to a new report.
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With fewer restrictions facing them in the New Year, the BBC's Matthew Price reports on the reasons why young Romanians may choose to come to the UK.
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UK energy firm Npower says it will not raise prices any more until spring 2015 unless wholesale costs go up.
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Amazon, the world's largest online retailer, is testing unmanned drones to deliver goods to customers, according to Chief Executive Jeff Bezos.
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Saab will restart production on Monday as the firm's new owners look to get the carmaker back on track, two years after it went bankrupt.
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Will e-publishing help Africa discover the joy of reading?
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What America used for money before the dollar
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A class action suit filed by 38,000 people against Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ), one of Australia's big four banks, will begin on Monday.
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The government pledges to put another £250m into the British Business Bank to help small and medium-sized firms benefit from the economic recovery.
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The software multimillionaire who says he is a natural leader
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But it's December!
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The vast majority of people in England and Wales - more than six in 10 - still commute to work by car rather than public transport or cycling, according to a new report.
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Elf recruits are trained throughout the UK and taught the Elf Code of Conduct.
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David Cameron promises to create a "partnership for growth and reform" as he visits China on a trade mission with more than 100 UK business leaders.
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UK shoppers are expected to continue pre-Christmas spending, in what could be the busiest online shopping day in history, dubbed Cyber Monday.
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