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Sajid Javid says he has no plans to make house sellers, rather than buyers, pay stamp duty tax.
Cows are living on a floating farm in the middle of Europe's busiest port of Rotterdam, as part of an experiment to produce food more sustainably, and closer to people.
An electricity pole catches fire moments after a controlled explosion at the Didcot A plant.
The supermarket's Irish business reminds British suppliers they are expected to pay EU import tariffs.
Nicolas Dujovne quits as the currency plummets following the president's astounding poll defeat.
Diageo's investment in alcohol-free spirit maker Seedlip shows how big firms want to reach non-drinkers.
Will the big polluters clean up their acts if the people who actually own them say they must?
The new board will try to secure the cheapest delivery of two CalMac ferries at the now nationalised shipyard.
The chancellor says he is a "low tax guy" and he wants to see "simpler" taxes when he delivers his Budget.
The party wants to give councils powers to fill empty shops to avoid the creation of "ghost streets".
Months of political unrest in Hong Kong is prompting firms to question its appeal as a business hub.
Amazon says its warehouse ambassadors are authentic, but critics accuse them of being "paid to lie".
Trading in the biggest shares was delayed until 9:40 while a technical problem was investigated.
Rupert Hogg steps down after "challenging weeks for the airline" over the Hong Kong demonstrations.
Turkey's military pension fund reaches a tentative deal to take over the insolvent steelmaker.
Being a skilled negotiator may help, but other factors play a much bigger part.
Investing in digital currencies is fraught with danger, not just because the prices are so volatile.
Calls to reform the system are growing amid anger over rising fares and poor punctuality.
A third of people in the UK have reined in spending due to Brexit uncertainty, a survey suggests.
It's a family business which has been around since 1942 - but now the last remaining cows are being sold off.

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