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Klarna is a Swedish bank taking the High Street by storm. But critics say it could cause problem debt.
The Chinese leader's comments can be seen as a veiled swipe at Donald Trump's America First policies.
The UK's tax authority says thousands of reports have come in from various universities in the last month.
Johnston Press plans to file for administration with its assets then immediately sold to its lenders.
Gin has gone from a drink for posh parents and old buffers to the hippest spirit in the UK - but is it on the wane again?
Small businesses owners give their reaction to the Brexit talks and the PM's draft Brexit agreement.
The US president says he thinks a "deal will be made" with China over trade.
John Jones tells the BBC he was charged a £240 contract break fee despite being with Virgin Media for seven years.
Free men's mag with 500,000 circulation ends print edition as publisher focuses on Stylist.
Sterling stabilises after Thursday's political turmoil, although shares in banks and housebuilders remain weak.
Gambling Commission wants next operator to maximise returns to good causes after Camelot's licence ends.
The companies overcharged phone and broadband customers leaving their contracts early, Ofcom says.
The price of Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures) is the highest for a living artist.
The boss of engineering giant Rolls-Royce says politicians must get behind a "practical plan" for Brexit.
The new safety measures follow a string of incidents and delayed flights due to intoxicated pilots.
Is much-heralded nuclear fusion finally ready to fulfil its promise of abundant energy for all?
Sophie Roberts is a software developer at the tech giant who came out at work in October.
Sellers typically wait more than three months before their home goes under offer.
Billion of pounds will be spent, but do people want to see commercial messages on their screens?
A lawsuit is filed against the US manufacturer over an alleged design fault with its 737 Max jet.