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Security chief John Kelly says terrorists are obsessed with the idea of attacking a US plane.
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Five questions for BA
Yesterday » 2:06:59
Failure saw most services cancelled from Heathrow and Gatwick, with disruption set to continue through Bank Holiday.
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Reality Check
Yesterday » 1:26:29
Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP have called for employment tribunal fees to be scrapped.
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An emoji translator and a wedding hashtag creator. BBC Minute speaks to five people with jobs you probably never knew existed.
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British Airways warns there will still be some delays and cancellations, a day after its IT crash.
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With half a million tenants now having to borrow to pay the rent, what are the parties promising?
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Travis Kalanick's parents were out on a lake in California when their boat sank, police said.
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The advert asks people to choose between Belgium's king and the company mascot.
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It marks 100 years of his first fashion house in San Sebastian and 80 years of his Paris fashion house.
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The British (pitch) invasion
26 May 2017 1:47:31
The little-known tale of when the British inspired sports entrepreneurs to launch a football league in America.
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A Scottish fishing port has seen house prices very nearly double over the last decade.
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Amazon opens bookstore in New York
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National Grid says nearly a quarter of all electricity generation came from solar power at one point on Friday.
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The US economy grew at a faster pace than initially thought in the first three months of the year.
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World Economic Forum says the looming pensions crisis is the financial equivalent of climate change.
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The city where second-hand clothing from the West is sent to be processed and reversioned for the African market.
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Cutting HIV and Aids treatments costs in South Africa with pharmaceuticals from India
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Cutting HIV and Aids treatments costs in South Africa with pharmaceuticals from India.
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Restaurant Group says its turnaround plan is "progressing well" after the decline in its sales slows.
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The airport is working with airlines to get passengers's luggage to them "as soon as possible".
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The FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 both hit intra-day highs as the pound loses ground.
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The Institute for Fiscal Studies says both the Conservatives and Labour should own up on economic plans.
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A computer glitch had threatened to stop thousands of small businesses registering for pensions
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In some cases, thieves used stolen cards for contactless payments weeks after the card was cancelled.
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Trapped in debt
25 May 2017 3:21:21
China is investing billions in Sri Lanka, but many local citizens feel the country is being sold to the Chinese.
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