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Regulated rail fares such as season tickets are to rise by 1% in January, the Department of Transport says.
The UK's inflation rate turned positive in July, with the Consumer Prices Index measure rising to 0.1% from June's 0%, the Office for National Statistics says.
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Oil services firm Wood Group says it has cut 5,000 jobs this year as the fall in the price of oil has hit profits.
Jazz has virtually disappeared in China, but now New York's Blue Note jazz club hopes to revive it.
Google delays its plans to trial its modular smartphone concept, Project Ara.
Oil and gas giant Shell has been granted the final permit it needs to begin drilling below the ocean floor for oil in the Arctic.
Farming leaders and ministers say they have had "productive" talks on the future of British dairy farming following protests over milk prices.
The Post Office prosecuted a postmaster for stealing even though its own criminal investigator couldn't find any evidence of theft, BBC's Panorama learns.