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The number of first-time home buyers relying on the bank of mum and dad in England has risen sharply, according to official figures
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Sainsbury's to begin offering same-day online delivery after Amazon puts pressure on British supermarkets with its own service
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The UK government borrowed £25.6bn in the three months to the end of June, £2.3bn less than it did during the same period last year, and the lowest level since 2008.
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The amount of money being borrowed by homeowners last month soared to its highest June level for eight years, according to CML estimates
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The chairman of National Grid, Sir Peter Gershon, has been approached to take control of the programme to build new nuclear submarines to replace the Trident fleet.
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BT and Plusnet users are unable to access some websites again, after problems with the service yesterday.
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UK retail sales fall by 0.9% in June, the biggest drop in six months, as clothing sales were hit by the wet weather.
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Singapore will be taking "firm regulatory actions" against four major banks over their dealings with scandal-ridden Malaysian state fund 1MDB.
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Easyjet's boss, Carolyn McCall, tells the BBC the airline has taken a hit amounting to tens of millions of pounds as a result of Britain's vote to leave the EU.
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London's main share index, the FTSE 100, is lower in early trading, led down by shares in Easyjet.
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PM Najib Razak's office says Malaysia will "fully co-operate" with any lawful investigation, after the US accuses state fund 1MDB of massive fraud.
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The city state has launched a drive to encourage local Singaporeans to train as chefs and service staff, as it tries to plug the gap caused by curbs on foreign labour.
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Japanese stocks are rising on bets the government will unveil a stimulus package that could be double the size initially expected.
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Lufthansa cuts its full-year profit target following a sharp decline in long-haul bookings to Europe.
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Thirteen murders a day
20 Jul 2016 3:23:33
A look at the booming private security industry in the Central American country of Guatemala, where an average of 13 murders are committed every day.
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Tumblr's tumble
20 Jul 2016 3:10:34
Three years have passed since Yahoo bought micro-blogging site Tumblr, but it is not the goldmine it once hoped.
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MPs on the Energy Committee have written to the new business secretary to demand no change to the current rules on price comparison websites
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The Indian government is proposing a centralised Goods and Services Tax to cut through red tape and corruption.
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The US Justice Department moves to seize more than $1bn (£761m) from Malaysia's state fund 1MDB, saying the funds were stolen.
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UK road tax revenue falls by £93m in the year following the abolition of the paper tax disc, the DVLA says.
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A senior HSBC executive has reportedly been arrested in New York for his alleged role in a conspiracy to rig international currency markets.
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Who is Emmanuel Roman, the man taking over the reins at US investment firm Pimco?
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It is OK to tell a "collateral" lie on an insurance claim, the Supreme Court has ruled, in a judgement that could affect millions of household policies.
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Under-fire German carmaker Volkswagen sets aside another 2.2bn euros in the first six months of the year in relation to its emissions scandal.
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A growing turf war between the two main unions in South Africa's platinum belt creates more unrest amid talks between producers and miners.
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