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New research reveals that a girl buried 3,400 years ago in Denmark who became one of the country's best-known Bronze Age relics was probably born in Germany.
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Infidelity is the ultimate betrayal. But does it have to be? Relationship therapist Esther Perel examines why people cheat, and unpacks why affairs are so traumatic: because they threaten our emotional security. In infidelity, she sees something unexpected — an expression of longing and loss. A must-watch for anyone who has ever cheated or been cheated on, or who simply wants a new framework for understanding relationships.
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Magnox says it plans to cut up to 1,600 jobs across 12 of its nuclear power sites by September 2016.
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Clean-up crews are working around the clock as investigators look into how tens of thousands of gallons of oil spewed into the sea off Santa Barbara.
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The gaming firm's filed a lawsuit against the BBC for trademark infringement over the broadcaster’s upcoming drama Game Changer.
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For the first time in Britain paying without cash is more popular than using notes and coins.
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Many bank customers with an overdraft mistakenly believe they are locked out of switching their current account provider, research finds.
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One of two rail unions planning bank holiday industrial action calls off its strike after receiving a new pay offer from Network Rail.
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Why the productivity gap?
21 May 2015 1:51:32
Why UK output is even lower than that of Italy's
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How criminal charges became another day at the office for banks
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The gap between the rich and the poor keeps widening, according to the OECD.
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The Large Hadron Collider is smashing protons at the highest energy ever attempted - but they are only test collisions, as the LHC continues to gear up its second run.
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Britain's biggest cash-and-carry wholesaler Booker Group is to buy local grocery chains Londis and Budgens for £40m.
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Mining shares push the FTSE 100 higher, after weak factory data from China raise hopes of more stimulus measures.
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UK retail sales rose by 1.2% in April, the strongest rise since November, as the warm weather boosted sales of clothes.
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Germany's train drivers have agreed to call off their strike and enter mediation with Deutsche Bahn.
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China's Lenovo, the world's biggest personal computer maker, said its revenues rose 20% in the year to March, but profits grew by just 1%, missing expectations.
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Shares of two Hong Kong-listed companies have plunged by about 50% in the past two days, surprising market watchers across the region.
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What is the best way to calculate inequality?
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Royal Mail reports a rise in profits, with cost cuts helping to offset flat revenues.
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Emanuel Daniel, from the Asian Banker, sets out the implications for Asia of the latest huge fine to be imposed on banks.
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Thousands of workers and union supporters protest outside McDonald’s headquarters, as the fast food firm continues to face wage pressure.
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The head of the Hong Kong stock exchange tells the BBC a decision on the timing of an investment link between Hong Kong and Shenzhen exchanges could come within days.
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The UK strawberry industry is expected to smash its sales record this year by £50m.
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Car manufacturing in Mexico is ramping up, despite low demand for cars at home.
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