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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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University founder
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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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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Green planet
15 Nov 2017 0:07:32
The United Arab Emirates' space research is turning to growing food on Mars.
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Planning for life on Mars
15 Nov 2017 0:06:41
The United Arab Emirates Space Agency is continuing work to send people to colonize Mars in the 22nd Century.
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Printing ears and noses
15 Nov 2017 0:02:58
The Swedish hi-tech firm at the forefront of using 3D printing to create human ears, noses and other body parts.
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How Swedish firm Cellink is able to create human ears and noses through 3D printing.
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Public sector pay should be linked to inflation, or pay rises in the private sector, the IPPR says.
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A Vietnamese cyber-security firm shows the BBC how a mask can be used to unlock Apple's new phone.
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A US law firm claims Uber has resisted changes that would improve passenger safety.
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A necklace featuring a huge 163-carat flawless diamond goes under the hammer in Geneva.
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Deliveroo riders are self-employed finds labour law body the Central Arbitration Committee.
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Sky high
14 Nov 2017 7:27:49
Despite some difficult economic headwinds this year's Dubai Airshow is set for a record number of visitors as well as displays from the Chinese air force's aerobatics team, writes Tim Bowler.
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Labour's Dame Margaret Hodge tells MPs the issues raised by the Paradise Papers are "a disgrace".
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Nearly a fifth of 15 to 18-year-olds receive PPI claim approaches - despite never having access to the product.
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Aston Martin says it might have to stop production if the UK fails to get a deal with the EU after Brexit
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The International Energy Agency predicts the US will account for 80% of the increase in global oil supply by 2025.
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Older workers are more likely to be out of work and have trouble finding a new job, research finds.
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C-Series wings are made at Bombardier's Belfast operation, providing employment for about 1,000 people.
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