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The Today programme's Tom Feilden looks at cosmologists' future exploration of "the dark universe".
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A 'Community Shop' in Barnsley has started selling heavily discounted items donated by some of the big supermarkets to people on certain welfare benefits.
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Volkswagen is to stop making the Kombi and a motoring era is coming to an end.
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Eight leading technology firms including Google and Facebook call for "wide-scale changes" to US government surveillance.
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Police are continuing to question six people arrested on Sunday after an ex-Portsmouth player told an undercover reporter he had been involved in fixing football matches.
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The mystery of one of the strangest landscape features on the planet - Mima mounds - is solved, scientists say.
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China takes another step loosening its grip on interest rates as it allows banks to trade deposits with each other at market-determined rates.
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One month on from Typhoon Haiyan and less than a third of businessmen have returned to the city of Tacloban.
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China's exports rise more than expected in November adding to the evidence of a rebound in the world's second-largest economy.
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Half of the mixed state-funded schools in England reinforce gender imbalances in terms of subjects students study at A-level, research shows.
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Up to 100,000 people in Saudi Arabia are to have their genetic codes mapped by 2017.
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Japan revises down its growth data for the July-to-September period after private investment slowed more than expected.
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Could everything from kids' toys to Aston Martins be pirated?
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Sumi Das looks at how object design is being protected from piracy
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The US veteran and his flip-flop factory for Afghanistan
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What economic legacy did he leave for South Africa?
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A science teacher and her female students discuss how to break down the “gender bias” that seems to prevent many girls from studying science at A-level.
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A survey of recruitment firms shows sharp growth in the demand for staff in November and the sharpest rise in salaries in six years.
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The OECD says Labour's plan to freeze energy bills if it wins the 2015 election could put investors in energy firms in financial danger.
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Seals on the north Norfolk coast fared better than first thought after last week's tidal surge, experts say.
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More working households were living in poverty in the UK last year than non-working ones - for the first time, a charity has reported.
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BBC business reporter Linda Yueh explains what the finer details of the World Trade Organization trade deal actually mean.
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The London-based Inmarsat company launches the first spacecraft in a new £1bn global telecommunications network.
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Greek lawmakers pass the 2014 budget, which predicts a return to growth after six straight years of painful recession.
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Two of the biggest energy firms, EDF and British Gas, call for more government co-operation and speak out against a price freeze on bills amid a backlash over rising prices.
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