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Post Office victim settles but feels 'guilt'
Jo Hamilton managed to pay off her mortgage and debts but other victims are still waiting.

'I earn £1,600 a month and two-thirds goes on bills'
Changes to tax thresholds and child benefit, help for first-time buyers - what do people want from the Budget?

Far-left group says it targeted Tesla in arson attack
Production at electric car-maker's factory in Berlin has been halted because of the fire.

Councils to be told to cut diversity plans in Budget
The chancellor will urge councils to reduce wasteful spending but councillors say it is a distraction.

Tax, childcare, vapes: What could be in the Budget?
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will deliver his 2024 Budget on Wednesday 6 March.

Concern as the gambling industry embraces AI
Campaigners worry that the gambling industry will not use AI responsibly.

China sets ambitious economic target for 2024
The announcement comes as the ruling Communist Party tries to reinvigorate the Chinese economy.

UK economy is on the right track, claims Sunak
The government is preparing for the Budget which may include tax cuts but also a squeeze on spending.

N Korea hacked S Korea chip firms, Seoul says
South Korea's spy agency says Pyongyang is trying to produce its own semiconductors for weapons.

Elon Musk sued over $128m unpaid severance at Twitter
Four former Twitter leaders accuse Elon Musk of flouting the law and not paying Twitter's debts.

Apple fined €1.8bn for breaking streaming rules
It comes after Spotify complained about a block on telling users about cheaper alternatives to app store.

Shop owner 'hit by bottles' as thefts soar
Convenience stores saw 5.6 million thefts last year, a trade body says, with 76,000 violent cases reported.

Warning cost of living fund closure 'catastrophic'
Hundreds of thousands of families have had help through the government's Household Support Fund.

Nissan accused of dumping its electric car pioneers
Owners of older vehicles tell the BBC of their anger that their cars' apps will stop working.

Tesla factory expansion plan sparks treetop protest
Environmentalists in Germany have occupied part of a forest earmarked for clearance.

Faisal Islam: Why this won't be the Budget that Jeremy Hunt wanted
An economy in recession and high borrowing costs mean there will not be a bumper election giveaway.

Five ways to save on train tickets as fares rise
As rail fares rise on Sunday, we find the ways passengers can keep journeys as cheap as possible.

Rents soar in towns as tenants priced out of cities
Towns outside of big cities have seen some of the biggest rent rises as tenants choose comfort.

Bad blood over Singapore Taylor Swift tour subsidies
Singapore paid taxpayer dollars to lock in Swift's shows - causing some bad blood in the region.

Asda billionaire boss: 'I've not done bad'
Mohsin Issa says he and his co-owner brother are "here for the long haul", despite Asda's £5bn debt.

Price of first class stamp to rise again
This is the fourth rise in two years for first class stamps and the second class cost will rise too.

Elon Musk sues OpenAI over Microsoft links
The lawsuit accuses the firm of abandoning its founding principle of benefiting humanity.

Post Office staff may have broken law, say lawyers
Lawyers for sub-postmasters say some investigators may have conspired to pervert the course of justice.

Boeing in takeover talks to buy parts supplier
Boeing, under pressure over its manufacturing, is in takeover talks for Spirit Aerosystems.

Nigeria orders crypto firm to pay $10bn
The government blames Binance for the recent collapse of the naira, and has arrested two executives.

How big banks are becoming 'Bitcoin whales'
There will only ever be 21 million bitcoins, and US financial giants are buying up thousands.

M&S wins appeal to tear down Oxford Street store
M&S successfully appeals a government decision to block the redevelopment of the central London shop.

Did the last Budget deliver growth and cheap beer?
The previous Budget was meant to help growth, investment, pubs and parents. Has it worked so far?

Could product passports revolutionise the way we shop?
The EU is introducing digital passports for products that detail their composition and production history.

'I'd heard the big, bad, scary conversation about AI'
The women enrolling on artificial intelligence training courses to boost their job prospects.

Catalonia's farmers demand more help over drought
As Spain continues to be blighted by a lack of rain, farmers want more government assistance.

Why firms are racing to produce green ammonia
Ammonia is essential for fertiliser production but producing it is carbon intensive.

Will global energy prices fall this year?
Electricity, gas and oil prices all face numerous pressures over the next 12 months.

Why some cyber-attacks hit harder than others
The British Library has been hobbled for months by a cyber-attack and experts warn of similar damage ahead.

Boeing crisis management on display at top airshow
The airshow is Boeing's first major aviation event since a mid-air incident on an Alaska Airlines flight.

How AI is helping the search for extraterrestrial life
Artificial intelligence software is being used to look for signs of alien lifeforms.

'We had to adapt our robots to the AI revolution'
Sandy Enoch of Robotical explains why he had to pivot his educational robot company due to AI.
 
 
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