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An industry expert says petrol and diesel cars should be banned by 2030 or 2035, not 2040.
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No specific numbers are given, but the deal appears to have ended the imminent threat of a trade war.
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A source close to the Chelsea owner says the renewal process is taking "a little longer than usual".
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Although no specific numbers are given, the agreement may dampen fears of a looming trade war.
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A rail timetable overhaul being billed as the biggest in the UK has begun to be rolled out.
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Rules will introduce new categories for defects and tougher tests on diesel emissions.
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For years the online retailer was a disappointing loss-maker, but a deal in the US has ignited the shares and confounded critics.
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A report says the mining giant could face an investigation from the Serious Fraud Office.
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Two firms have closed this month, citing changes in airline policies on carrying batteries.
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Errol April is a soldier-turned-apple farmer who believes in redistributing land in South Africa.
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The rental site will report homeowners' income to the Danish tax authorities in the first deal of its kind.
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Former professional skateboarder Kent Lingeveldt has turned his sport into a business.
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The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst tells us how the video game became a million dollar idea.
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The firm at the centre of the Facebook data row has filed legal papers that will see it wound up.
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Beijing and Washington are currently in talks to avoid the escalation of a trade war.
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It is seeking to protect billions of dollars of investment in Iran by resurrecting an old statute.
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Expensive remittances
17 May 2018 3:22:34
New apps are bringing a greater range of services and features to the vital flows of money to families around the world
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Carbon rocks
17 May 2018 3:14:29
A high-tech solution being tested in Iceland gets rid of waste carbon dioxide by pumping it 1,000m underground.
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Argentina has had to ask the IMF for help again. This has brought bad memories of previous crises to the citizens of Buenos Aires.
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The findings from Which? come ahead of a major overhaul in how providers can advertise broadband speeds.
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Staff at two branches of the American diner are striking over tips and pay rates.
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Security will be the biggest expense, but precise costs are hard to count.
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Legal and General launches investment fund which favours shares in firms with good gender diversity.
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The acquisition would help PayPal fend off growing competition in the digital payments sector.
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CBS is up against the Redstone family, its biggest shareholder, in a battle for control of the company.
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