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India rupee ban: The village forced back to a bartering system.
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Are food banks a sign of increasing poverty in the UK? [ Bbc.in Link ] #BBCFoodChain
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Sick of Christmas shopping? There is another way. (via BBC World Hacks)
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How would you draw the business stories affecting you in 2016? Yousra Sabber from Egypt shared with us her creation focusing on her country's economy. We'd love to see your sketches too but the deadline is December 20. Full details on how to take part and the terms and conditions: [ Bbc.in Link ] #drawthebiznews
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Should people who need or can only afford a basic phone be forced to upgrade?

Singapore to shut down 2G network - BBC News

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Japan's Sumitomo obviously thought the bananas were very a-peeling

Sumitomo to buy banana company Fyffes - BBC News

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A record £1.7bn in benefits wasn't paid out to those who were entitled to it in 2015-2016 because of fraud and error

Unpaid benefits at record level - BBC News

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Someone thinks they’ve got a new job helping to clean up FIFA – really? ????
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How are advertisers taking advantage of our obsession with our phones?

What do Prince Charles and Ozzy Osbourne have in common? - BBC News

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Nearly four million people are employed in everything from harvesting to production to selling food and drink. A third of these workers are from the EU and if they leave, prices could go up these organisations warn

Food industry warns of higher prices without EU workers - BBC News

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Why aren't British businesses stumping up cash for research projects?

British business 'loath to invest in research' - BBC News

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How open is your office when it comes to talking about anxiety and depression?

Breaking the mental health taboo: 'Please talk about it' - BBC News

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Men under 35 are the most likely to shun the car, whilst women over 60 are driving more than ever

Travel study reveals changing behaviour among young and old - BBC News

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