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A music festival that began as an "overspilled house party" marks its tenth anniversary after growing into an award-winning annual event.

A paraglider dies after falling to the ground in a Peak District field on the Staffordshire/Derbyshire border.

A street dancer who appeared in a TV talent show pleads guilty to 13 sexual offences against children.

Thousands of the Tower of London ceramic poppies are set to go on display in northern England this year.

A group of students put at risk of contracting HIV when they were given blood tests with re-used syringe barrels receive payouts.

Police try to identify a Robin Reliant driver who inexplicably reversed on to a level crossing ahead of a train approaching.

Legal challenge green light over illnesses.

Elderly people told of mail scams

Bowlers Liam Plunkett and uncapped Mark Footitt are named in England's squad for the fourth Ashes Test against Australia.

Billy Godleman hits 109 not out as Derbyshire beat Northants by seven wickets, despite Josh Cobb's 104 for the visitors.

Ahead of the World Swimming Championships, Adam Peaty's mother gives BBC East Midlands Today reveals how much he has in common with double Olympic champion Rebecca Adlington.

Manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink says Burton can make further progress as the club prepares for its first season in League One.

League Two side Cambridge United sign Burton Albion defender George Taft on a six-month loan deal.

Burnley sign full-back Tendayi Darikwa from League One Chesterfield on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

Burton Albion sign defender Jerome Binnom-Williams on a season-long loan from Premier League side Crystal Palace.

League One side Blackpool sign Derby County's teenage striker Kwame Thomas on a six-month loan deal.

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Lloyds Banking Group's claims bill for PPI tops £13bn as it sets aside a further £1.4bn to compensate customers.

Twelve Pacific nations fail to agree a regional trade deal which would cover 40% of the world economy, despite talk of "significant progress".

The founder of MtGox - once the world's biggest bitcoin exchange - is arrested by Japanese police investigating losses of nearly $400m.

The soaring value of the Swiss franc against the euro leads Switzerland's central bank to report a first half loss of 50bn francs.

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras defends his former finance minister in a row over an "emergency plan" in case of Greece's exit from the euro.

NatWest Bank has blamed earlier problems with its website on a series of deliberate attacks, known as a distributed denial of service (DDoS)

The European Union has removed two Iranian oil companies from its sanctions list in the first such action since Iran's nuclear deal.

Rents paid to private landlords in Britain went up by 2.5% over the last year, the fastest rise for two-and-a-half years, according to the ONS

Two of the US's biggest companies report sharply lower quarterly results because of falling oil prices.

BA and Iberia owner International Airlines Group (IAG) reports a big jump in second quarter profits.

A drop in energy prices offset a rise in industrial goods and helped keep the eurozone's inflation rate at 0.2% in July.

Europe's aircraft maker Airbus group beats forecasts with a rise in profits for the first half of the year.

An Australian plane passenger, who says he suffered back pain after being seated next to an overweight man, is suing Etihad Airways.

SoulCycle, the indoor cycling fitness chain with a celebrity following in the US, including David Beckham and Lady Gaga, plans to float on the stock market.

Colm O'Regan takes a look at the post-war boom and onset of consumer capitalism in the United States.

Leading Kenyan cartoonist Celeste Wamiru shares her story and experiences.

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The breakdown is a setback for the Obama administration, which had promoted the talks as the final round for the largest regional trade agreement.










Alejandro Burzaco, a citizen of Argentina and Italy, was the third defendant to appear in United States federal court in connection with the case.










The European Commission said it had concerns that the $4.8 billion merger could decrease competition and lead to higher prices for consumers.










Mr. Clarkson, a popular TV personality whose contract with the BBC ended in March, said on Twitter that he would film a new show with his former co-hosts.










He will concentrate on his namesake brand, which Mr. Wang maintained during his time at Balenciaga. A search has begun for his successor in France.










Fleeing the banks for fear of losing their euro deposits, many Greeks have stashed cash and valuables under the proverbial mattress, making them vulnerable to thieves.










The British bank had set aside about $18.7 billion to compensate consumers who were improperly sold a loan insurance product.










The main indexes in Shanghai and Shenzhen finished July with declines of 14.3 percent each, despite government intervention in the markets.










A new Microsoft chatbot called Xiaoice has become something of a hit in China with responses based on actual conversations culled from the Internet.










No financial details were provided about the deal, but current market prices would put it at almost $600 million.










Results were dragged down at France’s biggest bank last year by a huge settlement for doing business with countries facing American sanctions.










Honda Motor said Friday its quarterly net profit jumped 20 percent, beating estimates, thanks to strong sales in the United States and a weak yen.










No issue in negotiations over a Trans-Pacific Partnership seems to elicit more passion than pharmaceuticals, with both sides using the language of life and death.










Zhou Qunfei, founder of Lens Technology, has come to define a new class of female entrepreneurs in China who have built their wealth from scratch.










The technology business is especially vulnerable to rapid, unforeseen transformation, sometimes leading to the mass extinction of giant companies.










Instead of going into the economy, the funding Greece has received has largely allowed Greeks and foreign investors to get their money out.










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