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About £70bn of housing association debt will come off the UK's balance sheet to try and boost investment.
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The bank said some post-Brexit plans proposed by banks are inadequate.
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More than 80% of ticket prices in the Premier League are reduced or frozen for the 2017-18 season, the Price of Football study finds.
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Labour's Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell lays out five proposals for next week's budget.
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The CITB is to streamline its services following a government review, shedding hundreds of staff.
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French and UK governments say they will make up for any shortfall in funding for a global science body.
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Vancouver-based UrtheCast contracts UK firm SSTL to build a series of satellites to image Earth every day.
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Up to 2,000 examiners will walk out on 4 December in protest at a new driving test launching that day.
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Isabel Dos Santos, daughter of Angola's ex-president, is dismissed as head of the state oil firm.
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Airbus has struck its biggest single deal with an order for 430 aircraft worth $49.5bn
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Inventor Sophie Power has developed a device that cleans the air inside vehicles.
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Just before he died, cook, restaurateur and writer Antonio Carluccio talked to the BBC in what became his last interview.
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The queen of cookery says we don't need more recipe books, but she may have to eat her words.
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The bakery firm apologises for an image promoting an advent calendar which upset some Christians.
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Astronomers have found an Earth-sized planet with mild temperatures that's also relatively close to our Solar System.
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Sixteen million people in the UK have no contents insurance and have little in savings to replace items.
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The number of people in work falls, but so does unemployment between July and September, figures show.
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The European planemaker sells 430 aircraft worth $49.5bn to US private equity firm Indigo Partners.
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The FTSE 100 drops below 7,400 points, weighed down by falls in major mining and oil stocks.
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The bank reaches an agreement in a long-running investigation into tax evasion by French clients.
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15 Nov 2017 7:37:06
University founder in Ghana wins major international education award.
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The Japanese economy records seven quarters of growth in row, in its slow march back to strength.
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Can technology to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere really help prevent dangerous climate change?
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BBC News investigates signal failure - the two words every commuter hates to hear.
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The UK's highest court will say whether Scotland can finally implement minimum pricing for alcohol.
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