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'No evidence' of postmaster's theft PDF Print E-mail
The Post Office prosecuted a postmaster for stealing even though its own criminal investigator couldn't find any evidence of theft, BBC's Panorama learns.

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'Productive' talks over milk price row PDF Print E-mail
Farming leaders and ministers say they have had "productive" talks on the future of British dairy farming following protests over milk prices.

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Amazon fights accusations of 'brutal' worker treatment PDF Print E-mail
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Donald Trump calls out Mark Zuckerberg on immigration PDF Print E-mail
Trump's immigration proposal takes shot at Facebook founder Zuckerberg, saying call to allow more foreign tech workers would decimate women and minorities in the field.














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VIDEO: Farmers' version of ice bucket challenge PDF Print E-mail
Dairy farmers, angry at the low cost of milk, have been protesting by doing their own version of the ice bucket challenge.

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You can roll up this screen like a yoga mat PDF Print E-mail
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Top CEOs earn 183 times more than average UK worker PDF Print E-mail
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India-born CEOs are taking the U.S. by storm PDF Print E-mail
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IMF's Christine Lagarde tells Europe again: Cut Greece's debt PDF Print E-mail
IMF managing director Christine Lagarde tells Europe again that it must help Greece by cutting some of its debt.














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Cheap oil drags down Russia's ruble PDF Print E-mail
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Bundesbank sees 'solid' German growth PDF Print E-mail
Economic growth in Germany is set to be "solid" in the second half of the year, the Bundesbank says, while China's weakness could affect the global economy.

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Amazon defends workplace culture PDF Print E-mail
Jeff Bezos, the boss of the online retailer Amazon, sends a memo to staff rejecting a New York Times report of a 'bruising' corporate culture.

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