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Brexit: Liam Fox sets election deadline for EU transition
Liam Fox says he would not want any interim arrangement after Brexit to "drag on" beyond 2022.
Boots apologises for morning-after pill response
The company initially said it didn't want to "incentivise inappropriate use" of the pill.
UK to bring in drone registration
Drone owners will also be required to pass a safety awareness test.
Changes to rail electrification plans a 'slap in face'
The link between Liverpool and Newcastle may not now be fully electrified despite previous government promises.
Bank of America picks Dublin for EU hub
It becomes the first US bank to confirm the Irish capital as its preferred site for post-Brexit operations.
Audi offers diesel emissions upgrade for 850,000 cars
The VW subsidiary offers a free upgrade which it says will counteract possible bans on diesel cars.
Mastercard £14bn 'overcharge' legal action fails
The claim was that 46 million consumers were overcharged by Mastercard between 1992 and 2008.
General Electric weighs on Wall Street
Quarterly profits at the US conglomerate fell almost 60%, disappointing investors.
Congo's mining revenue 'missing' - Global Witness
The money is allegedly being distributed through corrupt networks linked to President Joseph Kabila.
UK air traffic controllers warn of over-crowded skies
Air traffic controllers are expected to guide a record 8,800 flights across the UK on Friday.
UK government borrowing rises in June
The government's budget deficit grew by more than expected after inflation pushed up its interest bill.
New agreement will allow US rice exports to China
Agreement includes strict measures to prevent pests and plant diseases being brought into China.
N Korea economy grows at fastest rate in 17 years
The mining and energy sectors helped push the growth rate to 3.9% - its strongest level in 17 years.
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Kenya's colourful bus journeys
Nairobi's matatu taxis are inspiring its public bus network to embrace bold artwork.
Brexit transition deal: 'The sooner the better' says Goldman exec
The government should agree a Brexit transitional deal as soon as possible, Goldman Sachs International boss Richard Gnodde tells the BBC's Simon Jack.
How the Frisbee flying disc became a million dollar idea
People have been throwing Frisbees around for over half a century and over 200 million have now been sold around the world.
What do parents think of summer childcare?
So what do working parents think about the state of holiday childcare? We went to see some of them in Cherry Hinton, a village on the outskirts of Cambridge
Most and least expensive US childcare options
Many parents in the US pay for summer camps for their children. But what happens if that childcare option is out of reach?
Holiday childcare in short supply in UK
Millions of children will be going to activities clubs this summer while their parents work. But only a quarter of the UK has enough holiday childcare places.
Meet Rob Spence, the film-maker with the camera eye
Film-maker Rob Spence used his bionic eye to record a mini documentary about cyborgs.
Who is the laziest?
How live streaming of player data is giving sports fans unprecedented levels of analysis.
To hug, or not to hug?
The number of workplace huggers is said to be on the rise, but it is still a social - and legal - minefield.
A longer life means a longer wait for your pension
Longer life expectancy means the middle aged will have to work longer for their share of the pension pot.
Where's hot?
Many holidaymakers no longer want just a couple of weeks' rest, but are searching for a more memorable experience.
Gran designs
Canada's Grand Challenges projects are using research and ingenuity to tackle global problems.
Chatbot docs
Could health apps and AI-powered chatbots replace your traditional local doctor?
Easy does it?
Warren Buffett has advised his wife to invest her money in low-cost index funds, after his death.
'Pure chance'
Financial services entrepreneur David Harrison says he made his millions through hard work, risk - and a lot of luck.
Selling dreams
Why are luxury firms which sell high-end fashion or expensive cars getting involved in the art world?
When cash is king
Visa may have declared a war on cash but there are still moments when nothing else works quite as well
Liar! Liar!
False news stories have plagued the internet, but are apps and algorithms the best way to spot them?
A glimpse inside the Goldman Sachs nursery
Goldman is the only City firm to have an onsite nursery - but is it only deep-pocketed banks which can afford one?
It's a long summer for parents
For working parents covering the long summer break can be difficult and expensive.
'Bring your children to work'
Holiday childcare is getting ever more expensive, and in many parts of the UK there aren't enough places to meet the needs of working parents.
'Without a creche I couldn't work'
A lack of childcare is one of the main reasons many Indian women give for quitting the workforce.