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People who lost their money in FTX, once one of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, are to be paid back, with interest.
The French banking giant BNP Paribas is hunting a buyer for Strutt and Parker, the upmarket British estate agent it bought seven years ago.
Social media platforms must do more to stop their algorithms from recommending harmful content to children, Ofcom has said.
A "nationwide issue" with e-gates at airports has been resolved after causing travel chaos across the country, the Home Office has said.
Pubs will be able to extend their opening hours to 1am if England or Scotland make it to the Euro 2024 semi-finals this summer.
TikTok is suing the US government over a law that seeks to force the app's Chinese owner ByteDance to sell it within nine months or ban its use in America.
The Russian state has been making more money from its oil and gas industry in the past three months than in any comparable period since the early days of the Ukraine invasion, it has emerged.
Ian King talks to Alex Kendall, co-founder of British driverless car start-up Wayve about their new investment.
Travis Scott has announced a gig at the beleaguered Co-op Live music venue, despite ongoing issues which have led to its opening being postponed.
Experts have hailed a "critical turning point" as renewable power generated a record-breaking 30% of the world's electricity last year, new data has found.


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