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Investors who signed over their pension savings to rogue firms have lost at least £120m.
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Iris-scanning technology on the Galaxy S8 is spoofed using a photograph and a contact lens.
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Eleven sites belonging to the Mercedes-Benz owners are searched by 230 police officers.
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Sean FitzPatrick will be acquitted after longest criminal trial in Irish state history collapses.
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Aviva, Barclays and Atos are publishing data about the age of their workforce to boost over-50s employment.
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How does Britain work?
23 May 2017 1:06:24
The way we work is changing. Here's a breakdown of how people in the UK are employed.
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The two technology firms have ended a dispute over the use of Nokia's patents.
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Both the number of transactions in the UK and the number of mortgages being taken out fell in April.
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The Office for National Statistics says the government borrowed £10.4bn last month.
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Shares in the water company climb after it reports a rise in full-year profits.
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The building society says profits fell after it sought to protect savers from last year's rate cut.
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The EY Scotland Attractiveness Survey showed Scotland is the second most popular part of the UK to invest in behind London.
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Talks with eurozone ministers are expected to continue ahead of the next official meeting on 15 June.
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Cuban revolution
22 May 2017 3:35:07
As the internet becomes more widespread in Cuba, online start-ups are emerging. But challenges remain.
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Live channels including Eurosport and Discovery will be offered for an extra fee.
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More and more women in the UK are setting up their own firms as a way of reconciling the demands of work and family.
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Dani Bolser built a business at home to balance work and childcare.
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Who are the 'hard-working' and 'ordinary' people that politicians love to appeal to?
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Boosting productivity is one of the key challenges for the economy. How do the parties plan to do it?
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Pledges should bring legal backing for those in serious debt - but charities say borrowing risks persist.
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The Competition and Markets Authority will examine the Standard Life/Aberdeen Asset Management deal.
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Have the governments since 2010 borrowed more than all Labour governments and is that a fair comparison?
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The European Union's Brexit negotiator says no deal is not an option in talks due to start on 19 June.
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The next government is being urged to consider new rules on the sharing of dashcam footage.
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The UK's benchmark share index sees broad-based gains as the pound fluctuates around the $1.30 mark.
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