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video 17 October 2014 UK

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Interest rates 'unlikely to rise' until mid-2015 - video

The Bank of England's chief economist, Andy Haldane, has suggested that interest rates are unlikely to rise from their historically-low levels before the middle of next year.

video 12 October 2014 Business

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What do expensive weddings do for a marriage? - video

According to US research, the more you spend on a wedding, the less likely your marriage is to last. So could it deal a blow to the burgeoning wedding planning industry?

article 09 October 2014 UK
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Has Lego bowed to Greenpeace pressure on Shell?

Toy brick maker Lego says it will not renew its marketing contract with Shell - but denies the move to break ties with the oil giant has anything to do with a Greenpeace campaign.

article 07 October 2014 World
Europe is close to slipping back into recession, the International Monetary Fund warns, reigniting fears of a eurozone crisis, writes Helia Ebrahimi (Getty)
Are we on the verge of another eurozone crisis?

Europe is close to slipping back into recession, the International Monetary Fund warns, reigniting fears of a eurozone crisis, writes Helia Ebrahimi.

article 03 October 2014 UK
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John Lewis boss Andy Street 'sorry' for French comments

The managing director of retailer John Lewis issues an unreserved apology for what he said were "tongue in cheek" remarks about France - in which he said the country was "finished".

article 02 October 2014 UK
Wonga writes off 330,00 customer debts
Wonga writes off 330,000 customer debts

Payday lender Wonga writes off customer debts worth 220m and brings in new checks for future loans after talks with the financial regulator.

video 01 October 2014 UK

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How the mighty fall: top UK supermarkets hit the ropes

Two of Britain's largest supermarket chains serve up a nasty surprise, as Tesco reveals the City regulator is investigating its accounts and Sainsbury's reports a drop in sales.

article 30 September 2014 UK
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by Never mind your child: wi-fi can expose passwords, emails

An experiment revealed Londoners signed away their eldest child in the terms and conditions of free wi-fi. But there's more: here's what unprotected wi-fi can expose on you - and what to do about it.

article 24 September 2014 UK
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Crunch time: minister champions the British apple

Environment Minister Liz Truss says she "will not rest until the British apple is back at the top of the tree". So what are growers here doing to compete with imports from other countries?