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Unions are to demand ministers take urgent action to save the UK steel industry at a crisis summit called after a major plant in Teesside closed.
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Take a look inside car maker Ford's hi-tech 'mega factory'
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When polar bears come to town
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The World Bank is trying to put together a package of financial assistance for countries hosting refugees from Syria.
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The first scientific paper to come out of the New Horizons probe's historic flyby of Pluto is published and raises questions about its formation.
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The Dutch team who have grown the world's first burger in a lab say they hope to have a product on sale in five years.
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Engineers have built a sensor that detects touch and produces electrical pulses just like skin does: the pulses get faster when the pressure increases.
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What has Nasa mission taught us about Pluto?
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An experiment with artificial nectar shows that bees are attracted to and even 'drugged' by caffeinated plants.
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When two bodies washed ashore in Norway and the Netherlands, reporter Anders Fjellberg and photographer Tomm Christiansen started a search to answer the question: who were these people? What they found and reported in Norway’s “Dagbladet” is that everybody has a name, everybody has a story and everybody is someone.
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Meet a Peruvian entrepreneur determined to get more women coding - and boost her country's economy in the process.
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Readers of the Daily Mail's website were shown fake advertisements that linked to malware, a security company discovers.
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'Two cheques a year' by 2024
15 Oct 2015 4:21:39
Consumers will only buy something with cash twice every three days, and only write two cheques all year, by 2024, a trade association claims.
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One of New York's most prominent restaurateurs plans to eliminate tipping in his eateries, a move that could inspire others to follow suit.
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A large drone has been flown within UK airspace shared by passenger jets as part of a trial run by air traffic controllers at NATS.
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Goldman Sachs reports a sharp fall in profits but rival Citigroup sees profits jump thanks to cost cutting.
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The UK has enough gas and electricity to ensure there will be no blackouts through the cold winter months, says the National Grid.
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New rules governing financial bosses' conduct will not now include an insistence they prove they were unaware of any wrongdoing.
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The cost of school uniforms has risen by up to £10 an item owing to the use of exclusive suppliers, according to the UK's competition authority.
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Chinese city gets wi-fi bins
15 Oct 2015 0:08:35
Chinese solar-powered bin cleans itself and provides wi-fi.
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Volkswagen is ordered to recall 2.4 million cars in Germany while Italian police raid VW offices in Verona and Bologna.
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Shares in Burberry slump 12% after the luxury retailer reported a fall in revenue in Asia.
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London's leading shares edge higher in early Thursday trading, boosted by strong results from Unilever.
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The Australian government gives its approval for one of the world's biggest coal mines to be built by Indian company Adani in Queensland.
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Tesco is selling off more than a dozen sites that it no longer wants to develop to a property company in a £250m deal.
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