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BA to operate all flights from Tuesday

But the airline warns it "may take some time" to reunite travellers with their bags.

Small firms hit by rates relief delay

Thousands of small firms are still waiting for the government's promised help on business rates.

Dulux owner wins court victory in shareholder battle

Akzo Nobel, which has rejected three takeover offers, has seen off a shareholder rebellion in court.

China table tennis champion sued over casino debts

China's ex-table tennis world champion Kong Linghui allegedly owes Singapore casino about $330,000

Greek minister warns 'no excuses' on bailout deal

Greece "desperately needs" the next bit of its multi-billion-dollar bailout, says its finance minister.

RBS investors ready to settle share sale legal dispute

The RBS Shareholders Action Group is recommending that its members accept a settlement of 82p a share.

Reality Check: The fight over women's state pensions

The Conservatives have been criticised by other parties for not doing more to help women affected by changes to pension policy.

WannaCry ransom notice analysis suggests Chinese link

Researchers say the WannaCry ransom note was poorly translated - possibly using Google Translate.

Thousands of drivers caught despite mobile crackdown

Police caught 200 drivers a day using their devices while driving in the four weeks after 1 March.

Bank of Scotland unveils new £10 plastic note design

Bank of Scotland says its new £10 polymer note is due to enter circulation in the autumn.

US might extend cabin laptop ban worldwide, top official says

Security chief John Kelly says terrorists are obsessed with the idea of attacking a US plane.

'I panic every month as I can't afford my rent'

With half a million tenants now having to borrow to pay the rent, what are the parties promising?

Uber CEO Kalanick's mother dies in boat accident

Travis Kalanick's parents were out on a lake in California when their boat sank, police said.

Call to raise retirement age to at least 70

The looming pensions crisis is as serious as climate change, says the World Economic Forum.

The fishing port where the catch is soaring house prices

A Scottish fishing port has seen house prices very nearly double over the last decade.

UK achieves solar power record as temperatures soar

National Grid says nearly a quarter of all electricity generation came from solar power at one point on Friday.

Outrageous job interview questions

What strange questions have you been asked in a job interview?

Timpson CEO: 'Trust your staff'

Timpson CEO John Timpson says trust your staff to take the initiative.

'Aid the growth of self-employment'

The government should create incentives to boost self-employment says Simon Belsham, of online marketplace Notonthehighstreet.

'Toughen the laws on bankruptcy'

The UK should toughen the laws on bankruptcy, says garage owner Julie Jordan-Spence

Indonesian beauty boss: 'They thought I was a crazy woman'

Pioneering businesswoman Martha Tilaar tells the BBC how she started her business despite all the odds in 1970s Indonesia.

Reality Check: Does it matter if you own your home or not?

Steph McGovern looks at why levels of home ownership and renting have been changing.

Is Sri Lanka 'up for sale'?

Sri Lanka is allowing Chinese firms to take over key assets, as it struggles to repay loans it was given by China.

Are these the world's most unusual jobs?

An emoji translator and a wedding hashtag creator. BBC Minute speaks to five people with jobs you probably never knew existed.

Burger King ad angers real-life Belgian royal family

The advert asks people to choose between Belgium's king and the company mascot.

Ancestry.com denies exploiting users' DNA

The genealogy service says it is changing its terms and conditions after being criticised.

Just the job?

Ever had a job interview that seemed to have nothing to do with your ability to do the job?

Voter change

More countries are using internet voting for elections. But does it encourage more people to vote - and is it safe?

BA - what are my rights?

There are EU regulations governing compensation for cancelled flights leaving from EU airports.

Back to work

More than half of women going back to work after a career break go into lower paid roles. Are "returnships" the answer?

Going up?

Why is this highly successful mass transit system so underrated?

Five questions for BA

Failure saw most services cancelled from Heathrow and Gatwick, with disruption set to continue through Bank Holiday.

The British (pitch) invasion

The little-known tale of when the British inspired sports entrepreneurs to launch a football league in America.

Reality Check

Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP have called for employment tribunal fees to be scrapped.

Trapped in debt

China is investing billions in Sri Lanka, but many local citizens feel the country is being sold to the Chinese.

Mapping a new frontier

Share Lab uses flow charts and data analysis to map one of the greatest forces shaping our world - Facebook.

Paradise in the Med

Malta has tried to shake off claims it is the "Panama of the EU" - but the EU is worried about its tax system.

Bad sex scenes

As more and more people listen to podcasts, how can podcast makers make money from what they do?

Proud papa

Donald Trump is proposing the first, federal paid family leave law. How far does it go?

'Nothing we could do'

Mexico is the world's fourth largest car exporter, but could Donald Trump bring this to an end?

Not just Bitcoin...

Why digital currencies are hitting record highs.

Doing it my way

More and more women in the UK are setting up their own firms as a way of reconciling the demands of work and family.

Brum in the sun

There are now more than 240 international campuses as universities take their brands to a global market.

'Ordinary' people

Who are the 'hard-working' and 'ordinary' people that politicians love to appeal to?

Cuban revolution

As the internet becomes more widespread in Cuba, online start-ups are emerging. But challenges remain.

Dough kidding

How strict quality control and unusual Asian toppings helped a Japanese expat build a popular pizza chain in Vietnam.

Reproductive rebels

Contraception wasn’t just socially groundbreaking - it also changed the professional landscape.

Fair shares?

The Nordic country's reputation for gender equality is not all it's made out to be.

More Pritt Stick than Pippa

Pippa Middleton's big day might have cost £250,000, but spending on the dress, the ring and the event is falling among most young brides.



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