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The governor of the Bank of England has called for a cultural change in financial institutions and an end to activities he deemed, "socially useless".
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Triplet calves are born to a cow on a Wirral farm at odds of 700,000 to one.
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Will airport fire damage Kenya's key tourism and flower sectors?
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Goal-line technology shakes up the beautiful game
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British Airways organises a Dreamliner fly-past for the 11,000 staff at Derby's Rolls-Royce site.
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A malaria vaccine has shown promising results in early stage clinical trials, a study suggests.
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The Co-operative supermarket has confirmed it will no longer sell men's magazine Nuts from early September.
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A wildlife artist from North Yorkshire tells the BBC how he helps barn owls after their numbers dropped in recent harsh winters.
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Reconstructions of the genetic code of an ancient protein provides clues to the origins of life.
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Project takes stock after schedule slips
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The big out-of-town hypermarket was, until recently, the place were shoppers would go to buy everything under one roof.
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The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) says it has lost thousands of documents relating to a 2006 investigation into BAE Systems.
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To all appearances, Eleanor Longden was just like every other student, heading to college full of promise and without a care in the world. That was until the voices in her head started talking. Initially innocuous, these internal narrators became increasingly antagonistic and dictatorial, turning her life into a living nightmare. Diagnosed with schizophrenia, hospitalized, drugged, Longden was discarded by a system that didn't know how to help her. Longden tells the moving tale of her years-long journey back to mental health, and makes the case that it was through learning to listen to her voices that she was able to survive.
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The former head of the Pensions Advisory Service warns young people that opting out of pensions is "turning away free money."
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The unemployment rate in Greece rose to another record high in May, hitting 27.6%, according to the country's statistics body.
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Almost a fifth of UK homes are still not online, new figures show, but mobile browsing continues to grow quickly.
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The Pope steps up the fight against corruption at the Vatican by strengthening supervision of financial transactions at its internal bank.
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Buy-to-let lending in the UK has hit its highest level for nearly five years, lenders say, reaching £5.1bn in the second quarter of the year.
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Charities and companies distance themselves from website ask.fm after the death of a 14-year-old who was bullied online.
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A climate system, known as the North Atlantic Oscillation, has a direct effect on rainfall and river flow level in UK uplands, a study shows.
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More than a quarter of mothers in the UK feel discriminated against at work, a survey suggests. One woman tells the BBC her story - and the CBI reacts to the study.
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Low interest rates could push savers to take "unnecessary risks" chasing better returns, a financial expert has warned.
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NPower's boss has announced a reduction in the number of tariffs available and defended the energy company's profits as being "not very much"
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Mining giant Rio Tinto says it has given up trying to sell its aluminium business and has reported an 18% fall in underlying half-year profits. Macquarie Group expert Jeff Largey said it was better than "selling it for a distressed price".
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A new bank-style switching service that should make it easier for some people to change phone and broadband providers is to be introduced in the UK.
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