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David Cameron and Nick Clegg outline the coalition government's plans to reduce energy bills in the wake of rising costs.
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Charlton Athletic supporters succeed in their attempt to have The Valley listed as an Asset of Community Value.
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New attempts to protect a critically endangered New Zealand dolphin have angered campaigners who fear the mammal will soon be extinct.
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Are quirky homes more difficult to sell?
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A rush by some UK retailers to copy the US phenomenon of Black Friday discounting leads to a fight in one branch of Asda and an arrest at another.
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The BBC learns the full details of how the government plans to roll back the largest so-called green levy in an attempt to cut energy bills.
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Hearts fans may be asked for funds if the club runs out of money before the end of the season.
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Prof Ouyang Ziyuan, an adviser of China's Chang'e 3 lunar lander, tells our science editor David Shukman why his country is so interested in the Moon.
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If you are bald and lost - then the 'SmartWig' could be just the thing for you.
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The badger cull in Gloucestershire is being called off because not enough animals have been killed to meet targets.
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Paignton's Victorian seaside pier with its arcade and ice cream and sweet shops is up for sale with an asking price of nearly £2m.
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A rush by some retailers to copy a US-style Black Friday leads to a fight in one Asda shop, and an arrest at another, as customers seek for the best discounted deals.
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Science editor David Shukman visits an exhibition in China to explore the country's obsession with the Moon.
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The Royal Mail has warned that an increase in competition could jeopardise the future of the postal system.
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Robert Gardner, chief economist at Nationwide, discusses the UK's housing market.
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India's economic growth rate rises strongly in the July-to-September period, according to latest official figures.
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Household debt in the UK has reached a record level, according to figures from the Bank of England.
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Shares in Speedy Hire dive 16% and its chief executive resigns following the discovery of a £5m hole in its accounts.
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Caroline Wilde, a retail consultant, and Lou Ellerton, a senior consultant at The Value Engineers discuss Black Friday.
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The government denies BBC reports it is seeking a commitment from energy firms to hold their prices down until 2015.
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The eurozone's unemployment rate has fallen for the first time since early 2011, according to official data, while consumer inflation has risen slightly.
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Britain is not a nasty country but its election campaigns are "getting nastier", said advertising boss Sir Martin Sorrell as he looked at negative advertising.
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The economic outlook for Spain is improving, says ratings agency Standard and Poor's, but it downgrades its rating for the Netherlands.
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US shoppers faced with tighter household budgets hunt for bargains on Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year.
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With the latest house price figures expected to show that the average cost of a house in the UK is at its highest level for five years, was it any easier to afford a house in years gone by?
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