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The heavy rain is hurting businesses that depend on good weather - is there any sign of sunnier outlook ahead?
Why some people aren't happy that words like 'burger' and 'sausage' are being used to describe vegan products.
Poverty among those who are working has risen, but many more people are now in work, research indicates.
Airline group IAG says it has "every confidence" in Boeing as it signs a letter of intent to buy 200 planes.
Outsourced catering and security staff at the government's business department want the London living wage.
The money will fund a new centre for science, technology, arts and maths "to inspire young minds".
Users will be able make payments with the currency via Facebook's apps and WhatsApp.
London commuters and racegoers at Royal Ascot are advised to check details of trains online.
Increasing numbers of people aged between 41 and 60 are being recruited by criminals to launder money.
An 18-point plan to end the era of throwaway clothes and improve working conditions is dismissed.
Heathrow's luggage system handles 180,000 items per day. Tom Burridge takes a look inside.
This Adidas factory in India makes shoes and clothes out of polyester from recycled plastic bottles.
In a "David and Goliath" battle of the skies, the small airline used tech to punch above its weight.
Plans for a third runway, promising phased construction over thirty years, are open to public consultation.
The fried chicken firm is the latest fast food chain to join the vegan bandwagon, with mixed results.
The art auction house is bought by French telecoms billionaire Patrick Drahi.
What was once India's biggest private carrier is saddled with $1bn of debt and has been seeking a buyer.
With a deadline for compensation claims just weeks away, people are being urged to act now.
The founder of the Chinese telecoms giant says overseas sales of its mobile phones have sunk 40%.
Causeway Capital acquired the chain after alleged fraud left a multi million-pound hole in its accounts.