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UK mortgage lending in April was 36% higher than a year ago, a lenders' group says, as a major bank moves to cool the housing market in London.
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Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games tickets go back on sale to the general public after the system failed to cope with demand last week.
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UK retail sales rose by 6.9% in April compared with the same month a year earlier, new official figures show.
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Royal Mail is to trial a Sunday delivery service for parcels in response to the increasing demand for goods ordered online.
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Big Six energy supplier SSE reports a 9.6% rise in pre-tax profits to £1.5bn for the year to April.
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Burberry, the UK luxury fashion brand, announces a jump in annual profits and revenue, and looks to target Japan.
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Royal Mail is to trial a Sunday delivery service for parcels in response to the increasing demand for goods ordered online.
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The world's biggest personal computer maker posts a 29% jump in full year net profit while at the same time extending its position as market leader in the PC industry.
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Netflix announces plans to extend its TV and movie streaming service to Germany, France and four other European countries.
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Russia's President Putin is in China. The two countries are expected to agree a multi-billion dollar gas deal that has been in the works for 10 years.
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How an 'annoying' coin was abolished
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Australian goat exporters predict the market is set to boom as demand picks up in Asia.
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A letter is being sent out to single parents in England, Scotland and Wales urging them to agree child maintenance amicably or face charges.
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The UK's exhausted oil and gas fields in the North Sea could be transformed into a lucrative dump for Europe's CO2 emissions, MPs say.
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US in 'denial' over second world maths standards
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The Scottish referendum is the "foremost issue for businesses" in the UK, the head of the business lobby group, the CBI, will say later.
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Why it pays to complain via Twitter
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The French train operator SNCF has discovered that 2,000 new trains it ordered at a cost of 15bn euros are too wide for many regional platforms.
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Goat meat proves a hit with diners in Asia
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General Motors announces the recall of millions more cars, covering four possible faults in its vehicles.
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UK house prices rose by 8% in the year to the end of March, official figures show, as the prime minister says he will consider changes to Help to Buy.
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Marks and Spencer reports a 3.9% fall in underlying annual profit to £623m, the third consecutive year its profits have fallen.
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Lloyds Banking Group limits mortgages to four times income for loans worth more than £500,000 in a move aimed at dampening the London housing market.
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Microsoft unveils the Surface Pro 3, a Windows 8 tablet with a large 12in (30.5cm) touchscreen that it says is a "laptop replacement".
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The European Commission accuses JPMorgan, HSBC and Credit Agricole of colluding to fix a key euro benchmark borrowing rate used to price of financial products.
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