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BT Sport signs Manchester United's Robin van Persie to be the publicity face of its advertising campaign for its live Premier League broadcasts.
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Sir Winston Churchill will feature on the new design of a banknote which will enter circulation in 2016, the Bank of England has announced.
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All Nippon Airways is to begin Dreamliner test flights after Japan's regulator followed the US aviation authority in clearing Boeing's 787 to fly.
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Corporate financier Anthony Fry is to take over as chairman of the Premier League in June, replacing Dave Richards.
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Bill Dodwell, head of tax policy at Deloitte, has said "we help companies pay the tax that is due" after a report from the Public Affairs Committee criticised accountancy firms.
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Researchers revisit measurements to determine the temperature of the Earth's core, finding it to be 6,000C - as hot as the surface of the Sun.
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The Pompey Supporters' Trust reveal full details of the out of court settlement reached with former owners Portpin.
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The man in charge of selling off the government's stakes in Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds has resigned.
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Honda reports a 74% jump in annual profits, boosted by a recovery in overseas sales and a weak Japanese yen.
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Hollande's struggle to get France working again
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Britain's hedgerows are in decline with their numbers halving since World War II leading to a depleted habitat for birds, animals and insects.
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Football legend Kevin Keegan launches interactive football training systems to help improve soccer skills, particularly among youngsters.
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The wild Carneddau ponies of Snowdonia are a unique breed which need to be protected, say scientists after a generic study.
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Scientists in the US take a step forward in their ability to mimic the sense of touch.
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Spain is set to unveil new measures aimed at reviving the economy, a day after unemployment hit another record and with violent protests erupting in Madrid.
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A group of MPs has claimed HM Revenue and Customs is being out-manoeuvred by the big accountancy firms, who advise people on ways to reduce their tax bills.
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China agrees to buy 60 planes from European firm Airbus, in a deal worth $8bn (£5.2bn) at list prices.
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At the Shanghai Auto Show, John Sudworth speaks to the chief executive of Rolls-Royce about the luxury brand's hopes for growth in China.
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Samsung is doing "very very well" an analyst tells the BBC as the South Korean firm reports a 41% jump in quarterly profits.
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Samsung Electronics reports a 41% jump in profit for the first quarter, boosted by growing sales of its smartphones.
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Counting the cost of Bangladesh's reliance on its textile industry
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Prolonged cold weather has caused a shortage of Scottish lobster supplies, according to creel fishermen.
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Is this grainy photo of a leopard roaming Dorset?
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In pictures: Dark Pripyat
25 Apr 2013 3:26:38
Ric Wright's photographic exploration of the abandoned city of Pripyat.
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MPs warn the UK government not to bet the farm on cheap shale gas reserves in UK.
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