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In total, Amanda lost £633,000 from gambling, placing her last bet on the day she was made bankrupt.
Empty shops rise in July, while visitor numbers continue to fall, the latest industry figures show.
Colombian dancer Beto Perez first came up with the idea behind Zumba when he was 16.
If a deal is reached, Ovo would become the UK's second largest energy firm.
Royal Bank of Scotland is poised to name Alison Rose as its first female chief executive, reports say.
A committee will look at whether National Grid's procedures are fit for purpose.
Despite mine closures, human rights abuses and price crashes, cobalt may still have an electrifying future.
The Scottish government says it is considering nationalising the beleaguered Ferguson shipyard.
Lower and middle-income jobs saw pay falls in the last decade, research suggests.
Many feel pressured to check work emails when on annual leave, but it may be counter-productive.
Chinese students are being paid low wages and pressured into illegal work hours, activists say.
Industrial action was voted for by union members ,who say they are in frustrated about pay talks.
The UK economy contracted by 0.2% between April and June, its worst performance more than six years.
Malaysia charges 17 current and former Goldman Sachs executives over the 1MDB corruption scandal.
A charity says staff members such as cleaners are not paid enough by England's top football clubs.
A former US trade representative tells the BBC the UK has "enormous leverage" in any deal with Washington.
A breakdown of the possible strike action affecting UK holidaymakers, and the disputes that have caused the travel upheaval.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the plastic bag became a million dollar idea.
Electric cars have to be as cool as petrol ones to really take off, and these engineers think they can be
A basic guide to how the economy is measured and what that calculation is used for.