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Despite the unfavourable economic environment, some businesses in Zambia are managing to thrive.
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A new service has been launched that allows mobile phone users to block nuisance calls by sending a simple text.
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Ros Altmann says leaving the EU would be bad for pensioners. Is she right?
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HM Revenue & Customs loses an appeal to recover up to £50m in stamp duty from the sale of the Chelsea Barracks.
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Colm O'Regan takes a light-hearted look at the group of countries who meet for the annual Group of Seven summit.
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A Chinese laundry detergent advertisement is causing widespread outrage online, being dubbed the most racist commercial to be screened.
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Mobile service provider Three confirms it will block advertising on its network for a day-long trial in June.
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France's President Hollande refuses to dilute labour market reforms as trade unions threaten to escalate their protests.
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Gossip site Gawker accuses Paypal founder Peter Thiel of being 'vindictive' and a 'comic book villain' who uses his billions to fund libel suits against the site.
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Using so-called once-a-day sunscreen is not fully effective against the sun's harmful rays, research by Which? has found.
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The price of oil reversed gains made on Thursday while London shares open flat overall.
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A declaration at the G7 meeting in Japan says a vote by the UK to leave the European Union would pose a "serious threat to global growth".
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Experts following the MH370 search say it is likely a new piece of debris found by a BBC reader in Mozambique came from the missing plane.
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The future of the planned new nuclear plant at Hinkley Point, in Somerset, remains in doubt as key French unions raise concerns over its cost, Newsnight learns.
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Google wins legal battle against Oracle to use Java software in its Android operating system.
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A million more young people are likely to find themselves living with their parents over the next decade, according to the insurance company Aviva.
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How 'robo recruiters' could affect your job prospects
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How a 1986 Real Madrid game kick-started Champions League
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The Treasury is warning that millions of current and future pensioners will be worse off if the UK leaves the European Union.
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Microsoft and Facebook announce plans to build the highest capacity data link between the US and Europe.
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MPs have rejected an offer from the boss of Sports Direct to visit the firm's headquarters by helicopter.
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Retired steel workers should not have to pay to save the industry through pension cuts, a Welsh Labour MP says.
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Smaller increases in steel pensions would avoid the risk of collapse and cuts, the chair of the scheme's trustees says.
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How much can workers expect to lose over their lifetime?
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The UK government makes a loss from North Sea oil and gas production for the first time since records began nearly 50 years ago.
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