Last updated on Tuesday 29th July 2014 00:31:35 GMT
- Lloyds fined £218m over Libor
Lloyds Banking Group is fined £218m for "serious misconduct" relating to key interest rates including Libor.
- Bankers 'must swear oath'
An oath for bankers should be introduced to raise accountability and standards in banking, says a think tank.
- Beauty spots still at fracking 'risk'
Government guidance that fracking licences can only be issued for beauty spots in "exceptional circumstances" receives a mixed response from campaigners.
- Russia plans $50bn Yukos appeal
Russia will appeal against a court decision ordering it to pay the biggest compensation package to date, amounting to $50bn (£29.5bn) in damages.
- House price growth 'starts to slow'
Seven out of 10 regions of England and Wales recorded month-on-month falls in house prices in June, according to the Land Registry.
- Pause NHS privatisation - Labour
NHS privatisation is "being forced through at pace and scale" says shadow health secretary Andy Burnham, as he calls for it to be halted until after the general election.
- Liberia shuts borders to curb Ebola
Most border crossings in Liberia are closed and communities hit by an Ebola outbreak face quarantine to stop the virus spreading.
- Chicken factories given all-clear
Poultry processing plants in Llangefni and Scunthorpe alleged to have committed hygiene breaches are rated "good" and "generally satisfactory".
- 'Poor care for hepatitis C virus'
Most people with chronic hepatitis C are not getting treatment which could help clear the virus, an official report says.
- Six seconds 'can transform health'
Short six-second bursts of vigorous exercise have the potential to transform the health of elderly people, say researchers.
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