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Many of India's three million sex workers want the trade to be legalised but opponents fear an increase in trafficking.
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Rolls-Royce warns that this year's profits could be up to 13% lower than in 2014, with the recent oil price fall "increasing uncertainty" for many of its customers.
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A lack of childcare options for women in India has led some employers to step up and help out.
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UK construction output fell by more than initially estimated in the final quarter of 2014 after new home building declined for the first time in nearly two years.
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Vint Cerf, a "father of the internet", says a way must be found to stop all our images and documents being lost through technological obsolescence.
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Rent-to-own retailer PerfectHome has been fined for making some customers hand over their keys before delivering purchases.
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The Bass Rock in the Firth of Forth now has the world's largest colony of gannets following a count by experts.
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Rising oil and metals prices boost commodity-related stocks, helping to pull the FTSE 100 higher.
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The risk of Germany slipping into recession has eased after surprisingly strong growth of 0.7% in the fourth quarter of 2014, analysts say.
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Trinity Mirror - the owner and publisher of the Daily Mirror and the Sunday Mirror - apologises to "all its victims of phone hacking".
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Virgin Media announces what it calls the biggest investment in broadband infrastructure in the UK for more than a decade.
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Whistleblower Herve Falciani says he feels vindicated after his email to HMRC offering details of bank account holders in Switzerland is uncovered by Le Monde newspaper.
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Bankers guilty of misconduct would have to pay back bonuses received up to 10 years ago, under banking reforms outlined by the Labour Party.
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The ghost Tesco stores
13 Feb 2015 5:31:09
The void left when a town loses its supermarket
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Why this 24-year-old wants a one-way trip
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Companies in India are creating a new kind of customer relations by asking potential customers to call them and hang up.
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More than 30 British insect species have been classified as in danger of extinction, due to pollution and habitat loss.
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Asian markets traded mixed on Friday as investors kept a close eye on developments in Europe and hopes for a deal with Greece.
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How much do women around the world pay to give birth?
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Inequality in the United States has been noticeable since the 2008 recession, but the income gap has been growing for decades.
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The American Southwest and Central Plains could be on course for super-droughts the like of which they have not witnessed in over a 1,000 years, new research finds.
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The law enforcers tackling online fraudsters
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Inside the German psyche
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Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi announces it will open an online US store but will not sell its phones, instead offering lesser known products such as headphones and a fitness tracker.
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The BBC has seen correspondence sent to the British tax authorities back in 2008 which gave details of HSBC account holders in Switzerland.
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