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 •  Philip Hammond plans to quit if Johnson becomes PM
Philip Hammond tells the BBC he plans to resign when Theresa May leaves office next week.
 •  NDAs: New laws to crack down on 'gagging' clauses
A ban will be placed on NDAs that stop people speaking to police, doctors or lawyers, ministers say.
 •  The dos and don'ts of getting a pay rise
You deserve more money but how do you go about getting it, and what should you do - or not do?
 •  Pound sterling: 5 holiday destinations where a weak pound still goes far
The pound may be falling, but there are still plenty of places it goes a long way. We look at five.
 •  HS2: High-speed line cost 'could rise by £30bn'
The boss of the new high-speed rail link has reportedly warned the project will exceed its £56bn budget.
 •  Renters may get access to rogue landlord database
Prospective tenants would be able to check if their landlord has convictions, under government plans.
 •  Workers could be compensated for cancelled shifts
The plan is part of a package of measures aimed at improving the rights of low-paid flexible workers.
 •  Tesco raises prices on 1,000 products
The retail giant says it held off raising prices for as long as it could, and insists it is still competitive.
 •  Crossrail costs will continue to climb, MPs say
Commuters have been "let down by a programme that is well behind schedule", a committee of MPs says.
 •  Government borrowing in June highest since 2015
Higher debt interest payments and increased spending on services contributed to a sharp rise in borrowing.
 •  Boeing takes $5bn hit over grounding of 737 Max
The charge will wipe out profits, but Boeing says it hopes the aircraft will resume flying this year.
 •  NZ Rugby cancels 'fraudulent' All Blacks match tickets
The sport's governing body in New Zealand said the tickets had been re-sold on the secondary market.
 •  No-fault eviction ban will hurt tenants, landlords say
A plan to ban section 21 notices - sometimes called revenge evictions - will backfire, say landlords.
 •  Car parts from weeds: The future of green motoring?
The motor industry is trying to reduce its carbon footprint in a number of innovative ways.
 •  Housing market: What are rent controls?
A simple look at how rent controls work and how effective they are.
 •  Should I offset my summer holiday flights?
As more of us worry about our carbon emissions, how can you offset your air travel?
 •  The Insta king trying to dominate UK cannabis
Controversial cannabis firm Ignite's UK launch is causing a backlash in the nascent industry.
 •  The CubeSat revolution changing the way we see the world
Small, cheap satellites can help us track pollution, crop yields and congestion like never before.
 •  Females to the fore? What golf is doing to attract more women
Golf has realised it needs to make the sport more attractive to women, on and off the playing course.
 •  Will ships without sailors be the future of trade?
May saw the world's first unmanned commercial shipping operation.
 •  Three months after I was paralysed, I was back at work
When tech entrepreneur Hiroki Takeuchi was paralysed in a cycling accident, he was back in work just three months later.
 •  Cricket World Cup: Illegal bookmakers still thriving
India's cricketers didn't make the World Cup final, but its bookmakers are still making millions.
 •  How the 2019 coffee crisis might affect you
Farmers are struggling as coffee prices drop to historic lows, so why is the cost of a latte rising?
 •  Would you drink camel milk?
Australia's growing number of camel farmers say that global demand for camel milk is rising fast.
 •  Algae bio-curtains: Architects' radical solution to capture carbon
Scientists and architects in London have developed 'bio-curtains' to act as an alternative to urban trees.
 •  Would this burger tempt you to eat meat?
Two BBC presenters put Impossible Foods' meat-free burger to the taste test. How does it shape up?
 •  How the doughnut became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the doughnut became a million dollar idea.
 •  The Worcester high street that's come back to life
From a Balkan breakfast to knitting - traders are diversifying to try to buck the trend of falling sales in the high street.
 •  MPs and taxpayers on retrospective loan charge payments
Anger is growing among taxpayers facing large demands from HMRC over their loan charge repayments.
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