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article 19 August 2014 UK
Rail passengers will have to pay an extra 3.5 per cent for their season tickets in January on top of the big increases they have seen since the last election (Getty)
Fair fares? Cost of rail tickets rises as wages stagnate

Rail passengers will have to pay an extra 3.5 per cent for their season tickets in January on top of the big increases they have seen since the last election.

video 16 August 2014 UK

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Anti-frackers set up camp in Blackpool - video

Anti-fracking campaigners pitch up in Blackpool to protest against Cuadrilla's plans to drill two potential shale gas sites. But the company says they have little local support.

article 13 August 2014 UK
As joblessness continues to fall, self-employment has reached record levels. But there is concern about the types of jobs being created.
Youth unemployment: is working for yourself the answer?

As joblessness continues to fall, self-employment has reached record levels. But there is concern about the types of jobs being created.

article 12 August 2014 UK
With signs that the housing market may be cooling, first-time buyers are out in force. So who are these people and how long will the good times last? (Getty)
How 29-year-olds are boosting housing market

With signs that the housing market may be cooling, first-time buyers are out in force. So who are these people and how long will the good times last?

article 11 August 2014 UK
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Drinking vs smoking - which is worse? Quiz

Alcohol should come with cigarette-style health warnings, say MPs, who want more to be done to combat drinking. But when it comes to the costs of booze and fags, which is worse?

video 09 August 2014 UK

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YouTube's biggest stars...in person - video

They're global celebrities: but not as you know them. Young people turned massive social media stars - who've been mobbed by thousands of fans at Britain's biggest YouTube convention.

article 07 August 2014 UK
The risk of fraudulent, misleading and confusing ads appearing on the government's Universal Jobmatch website is higher than private equivalents, according to the National Audit Office.
Government website plagued with bogus and duplicated job ads

The risk of fraudulent, misleading and confusing ads appearing on the government's Universal Jobmatch website is higher than private equivalents, according to the National Audit Office.

video 30 July 2014 UK

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Bargain stores enjoy boom in business - video

Aldi and Lidl are enjoying an increase in business. Research has shown a 32 per cent sales boost in the last 12 weeks at Aldi - bringing it almost level in market share with posh store Waitrose.

video 30 July 2014 UK

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Are driverless cars just around the corner? - video

In less than six months, Britain's roads will see the arrival of the first driverless cars. Trials are to begin in three cities in the new year. Home Affairs Correspondent Andy Davies reports.