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National Trust for Scotland says fish farm could harm the environment and economyThe National Trust for Scotland has warned that a large salmon farm b
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Iran’s ambassador says vessel is expected to leave after Gibraltar rejects US request to detain it furtherThe supertanker at the centre of a six-wee
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Sector declines for sixth successive quarter but chains fare better than independents Restaurant diners are turning their noses up at Indian, Italian
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Research by IPPR North challenges government promises on investment Boris Johnson has been urged to keep his promises to the north of England after an
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Buyers looking to complete deals before 31 October, says property site RightmoveBritish house hunters have launched a surprise August buying spree bef
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Peter Navarro and Larry Kudlow dispute market indicatorsTariffs are hurting China not US, trade aide insists Donald Trump’s chief trade advisers ins
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Chancellor had suggested he could look at various options, saying he was ‘a low-tax guy’Sajid Javid has quashed speculation that he could shift st
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What’s it like to make uplifting calls that change lives? Ammar Kalia spoke to the people whose job is to spread joyFor 12 years now, Anita Pires ha
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Small TV companies claim BBC trying to get them to lease shows for longer for same feeThe BBC has been accused of trying to strong-arm independent TV
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The Beatles kept up their pretence but world leaders must face up to their differences and find solutions to potentially corrosive threatsBack in 1975
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Bristol is at the head of a food phenomenon that is helping residents better connect with their cities and each otherIf you travel by train into Brist
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From Italian delis to the city’s oldest coffee stall, Eleanor Crow’s new book documents small food businesses fighting for survivalA lot of it was
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Medicines will also be subject to shortages, according to ‘realistic assessment’The UK will face a three-month meltdown at its ports, a hard Irish
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With an international council now on the brink of declaring the species unsustainable – and Brexit looming – what is the future for one of the nat
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Owner accepted $4.8m to knock down diner and build a high-rise, but group applied for historic landmark to block itTom Messina has worked hard over th
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A year into the job, chief executive is making cultural changes centred on listening to passengersCall this a crisis? There may be outrage at ever-ris
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Fiery ex-president Cristina Kirchner is making a comeback as the number two on a resurgent centre-left ticketFather Guillermo Torre, known as Willy to
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Followers of the Fire – Financial Independence, Retire Early – movement say it’s possible to amass enough cash to quit work and follow your drea
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Silicon Valley’s countercultural aura is gone now that Google develops AI for China and Palantir helps monitor immigrationIf there was one thing tha
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Results this week should show the housebuilder focusing on the quality of its homes after a period of heavy criticismPersimmon, one of the UK’s bigg
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