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BBC News takes a look around a former BHS flagship store on Edinburgh's Princes Street, empty now that the chain has ceased trading.
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The Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant is "not essential" for the UK to meet its energy and climate change targets, says a think tank.
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The under-35s are not a spendthrift generation, but are struggling to save owing to daily financial pressures and low wages, a trade body says.
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How 98 aftershocks rocked devastated areas of central Italy in the first 36 hours after the earthquake.
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McDonald's is recalling millions of fitness wristbands that it bundled with Happy Meals after customers complained of skin irritation and burns.
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Driverless taxis are being tested on the streets of Singapore for the first time.
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Tiny tribute
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A tiny marsupial lion, extinct for at least 18 million years, is named after Sir David Attenborough after fossilised remains are found in remote Australia.
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French wine production is likely to be 10% lower this year than in 2015 because of a spring frost and a heatwave now.
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Manufacturer promises to act after Hillary Clinton joins attack on hikes in US price of life saving device.
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Personal investors took a safety-first approach with their portfolios after the UK's vote to leave the EU, new figures show.
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Scientists have used satellite images to study how the water on the Earth's surface has changed over the last 30 years.
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Whatsapp changes its privacy policy so that businesses can send messages to people using the service.
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ITV has withdrawn its bid for Entertainment One, the company that produces the children's TV programme and character Peppa Pig.
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The first almost complete skeleton of a dodo to come up for sale in nearly 100 years is expected to fetch a six-figure sum at auction.
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Transport app Uber allows customers in London to book journeys up to 30 days in advance.
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Aiming high
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Amateur rocket enthusiasts have gathered in Scotland to mark 30 years of aiming for the skies.
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Business confidence in Europe's biggest economy, Germany, has fallen unexpectedly, according to a closely watched survey.
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A lawnmower has been blamed for wrongly triggering sensors that predict when the Northern Lights will be visible in the UK.
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Microsoft's Excel has been blamed for some errors in academic papers on genomics.
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Lenders expect a "robust, but subdued" market for mortgages in the UK after the vote to leave the EU.
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The boss of Thomas Cook tells the BBC it's still safe to go on holiday to Turkey, according to government advice, and says the Brexit vote hasn't affected business.
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A group of some of the world's highest-profile investors are urging Sports Direct to overhaul the way it is run after illegal working practices were exposed.
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Shoemakers Jimmy Choo see revenues rise on increased men's sales and the weaker pound.
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London's leading shares open lower on Thursday after several big companies go ex-dividend.
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As the industry races to make driverless cars viable, a small fleet of computer-driven taxis have taken to the streets in Singapore.
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