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China's ambassador to the UK says he hopes a deal to build a nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point will be announced during this week's state visit.
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Former Conservative Cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell suggests the government's tax credit reforms could be "tweaked" before they come into force in April.
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Amazon is taking legal action against more than 1,000 people it says have posted fake reviews on its website.
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Banned from the bookies
18 Oct 2015 7:15:19
Bookies ‘refusing to take bets’ from successful punters
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The latest version of Apple's mobile software, iOS9, tries to make it easier for women to get pregnant.
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Will China's economic slowdown be a bumpy ride?
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The push to create more apprenticeships quickly has led to the brand being devalued, says Ofsted.
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The steel industry is "in crisis" and needs "life-saving surgery" from the government, UK Steel director Gareth Stace warns.
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Policy and business leaders use a major food conference to highlight the need for more women in the global agriculture sector.
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A US jury orders technology giant Apple to pay more than $234m in damages for patent infringement to the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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BBC News looks at a new system for changing car oil developed by Castrol, which resembles the 'printer cartridge' system.
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The US announces new curbs on oil and gas exploration off Alaska's northern coast, after Shell stopped its Arctic operation there.
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Where in Britain are people most careful with their cash?
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Scotland wooing trade in post-sanctions Iran
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Google can continue to scan millions of books without violating copyright laws, a US court had ruled.
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Pornographic audio has been blaring out at Target stores across California. A weak system is to blame.
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Oscar Munoz, chief executive of United Continental Airlines, suffered a heart attack on Thursday.
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Aviva has revealed its had car accident details stolen by employees and sold on to claims companies for the second time in 18 months.
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General Electric reports better than expected profits for the third quarter, stemming from jet engine and power turbine sales.
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Using examples from birdsong, the natural lilt of emphatic language and even a cooking pan lid, singer-songwriter Meklit Hadero shows how the everyday soundscape, even silence, makes music. "The world is alive with musical expression," she says. "We are already immersed."
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The European and Russian space agencies are to send the first spacecraft to land near the south pole of the Moon, to lay the groundwork for a possible permanent settlement.
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Dr James Carpenter of the European Space Agency explains why an unexplored area of the moon may be rich in resources for a human colony.
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Tanzania has begun building what it says will be the biggest port in East Africa, in the coastal tourist resort of Bagamoyo.
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VW crisis won't put brakes on the carmaker's global goals
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Tata Steel is to announce 1,200 job cuts at its UK steel operations next week.
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