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A sub-postmaster victim of faulty IT software Horizon was described as a "bluffer" when he alerted senior Post Office officials about bugs in the system.
Meta's AI has told a Facebook user it has a disabled child that was part of a New York gifted and talented programme.
Hundreds of UK partners at EY, the big four accountancy firm, have been warned of a potential slide in profits this year amid a wider slowdown in the professional services sector.
The average cost of car insurance in the UK is now more than £900 according to one comparison website - that up 43% over the space of one year. Ian's joined by Steve Dukes, Chief Executive of to discuss what it means for premiums and payouts.
Ministers are to kick off a search for the inaugural chair of the new football watchdog, even as it faces growing hints of opposition to its establishment from the Premier League.
Crisis-hit Boeing has rushed to defend itself from fresh whistleblower allegations of poor practice, as the airline continues to grapple its latest safety crisis.
It's not quite a Mission Accomplished moment - the equivalent of that day in 2003 when George W Bush stood on an aircraft carrier and prematurely declared the Iraq war was over.
The Co-operative Bank will this week move a step closer to regaining its mutual status when it announces that it has struck a £780m deal to be bought by the Coventry Building Society.
The government has agreed to have an independent IT expert review of a Post Office software system predating Horizon, amid claims dozens more sub-postmasters may have been wrongly convicted.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has said that "better times are ahead" but that the fundamentals of the UK economy are "very strong".


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