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The Volkswagen emissions scandal was a "dramatic event" but would not inflict lasting damage on Germany's reputation, Angela Merkel says.
Virgin becomes the first train company to automatically compensate some passengers if they are delayed, with other operators urged to follow suit
David Cameron rejects calls to rethink cuts to tax credits for working families, as thousands join a TUC anti-austerity march at the Tory conference in Manchester.
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The proposed merger of O2 and Three 'threatens' competition in the UK mobile phone sector, the competition regulator says.
A solicitor has told the BBC that being tricked into transferring £750,000 of client money to criminals has left her life in ruins.
Measures are being taken to keep the coke ovens at Redcar operating over the weekend, after owner SSI UK went into liquidation.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter will not resign despite major sponsors, including Coca-Cola, calling for him to step down.
Amazon bars the sale of Apple and Google video-streaming devices
The US economy added just 142,000 jobs in September, lowering the chance of an interest rate rise this year.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering a deadline for claims over mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI).
Consumer group Which? and Tesco Bank have called for a complete overhaul of UK current accounts.
Dave Lee takes a ride in Google's driverless car but is less than impressed with the experience.
On 5 October supermarkets in England will start charging 5p for using plastic bags. Here's a breakdown of everything you need to know about the price hike.
As the government prepares to implement a 5p charge on plastic bags in English supermarkets, BBC News takes a look at the social impact of mass-produced plastic bags, and their origin.
A road test done for the BBC on two popular makes of diesel cars - not fitted with the so-called "defeat device" - finds levels of dangerous emissions were higher than the legal EU limits they showed in the lab.
A solicitor has been defrauded out of £734,000 pounds of her clients' money in the latest example of a so-called vishing - or voice phishing - attack.
Chancellor George Osborne says ''a huge package of support'' is in place to help staff at Redcar steelworks, after the company owners go into liquidation.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says the government's promise of an aid package to staff at Redcar steelworks is not enough, after the company owners go into liquidation.
Co-founder of Chocolate Mamas, Jaki Kweka, takes the BBC on a tour of her company.
The BBC's Suzanne Vanhooymissen talks to some bamboo bike builders in the Ghanaian city of Kumasi.
Since January 2015, Uganda's local currency has lost around a quarter of its value against the US dollar.
Singaporean students aim to become entrepreneurs
How new digital payments tech is helping small firms
How Brazilian farmers are doubling the value of their coffee
Can India fall in love with rugby?