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‘We need to stay here:’ Hong Kong protesters again demand city’s leader quit

Protesters in Hong Kong on Friday again hit the streets to press the city’s leader to resign — just three days after she vowed to finish her term in office and demand police release demonstrators arrested more than a week ago.

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Gold prices ease after earlier spike above $1,400 per ounce to prices not seen in nearly 6 years

Gold prices hit their highest levels in nearly six years on Friday, buoyed by expectations of easier monetary policy in the U.S.

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Apple warns Trump that more China tariffs will help rivals

Apple says US plans to impose more tariffs on Chinese goods would hurt its “global competitiveness”.

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Electric and petrol cars: Views of Milton Keynes drivers

Electric cars are expensive, the batteries run out and then they have to be charged up, but why are they so popular in Milton Keynes?

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Clean electricity overtaking fossil fuels in Britain

Britain is obtaining more of its power from zero-carbon sources than from fossil fuels.

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The plane that can fly 600 miles on batteries alone

The Israeli firm Eviation unveils a plane which can travel over 600 miles on battery power alone.

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Climate protesters interrupt Hammond’s Mansion House speech

The chancellor was addressing a City of London event at the Mansion House for the financial services industry.

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The breakfast cafe where customers don’t have to pay

Eggs & Bread asks its customers to pay what they like – one of a number of not-for-profit food projects open around the UK.

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How can a company be valued at billions, but not make any profit?

You can’t have a company worth billions of dollars and not make a profit, right? Wrong, and here’s why.

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Fast fashion: Should we change how we think about clothes?

Buying “fast fashion” is harming the environment so what can we do to limit its effects?