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Banks to face full competition probe

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Record number of deaths on railways

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Clash over costs of independence

27 April 2014 Last updated at 00:10 The Treasury claims the Scottish government has made “over-optimistic assumptions” about oil revenues Continue reading the main story What’s going on in Scotland? Do I get a vote in the referendum? The referendum in 60 secs Watch BBC’s referendum library Danny Alexander has called on Scottish ministers to…

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New push for energy firm probe

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US Fed hints at rate rise in 2015

19 March 2014 Last updated at 20:47 The Fed has been buying bonds to keep interest rates low and boost growth Continue reading the main story US Economy US consumer price growth remains weak US factory output in February rebound US economy adds 175,000 new jobs US manufacturing activity picks up The US Federal Reserve…

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New rules to squeeze payday lenders

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Payday lenders face debt probe

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Aviva drivers’ crash details stolen

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Bad weather hits shopper numbers

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Wonga says most clients are happy

4 November 2013 Last updated at 18:09 ET Wonga has a million active customers in the UK Short-term loan provider Wonga has told the BBC its business practices are being misrepresented and the vast majority of its customers are happy. Its chief executive, Niall Wass, told Newsnight it had one million active UK customers, of…

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