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● BA pilots vote in favour of strike action over key summer period The British Airline Pilots' Association says 93% of its members had voted in favour of industrial action.
● Brexit harming UK industrial strategy, warns top economist Deadlock means "not as much other stuff has happened as might," says the Bank of England's Andy Haldane.
● Volvo recalls 70,000 cars in the UK over fire risk The car maker says a plastic engine part can in "very rare cases" melt and cause a fire.
● Equifax to pay up to $700m to settle data breach The credit score agency has agreed a settlement after hackers stole 147 million people's details.
● Government offers 'inflation-busting' pay rises Police and other public sector workers will get increases above the 2% inflation rate.
● Three resists watchdog's call for 'fairer' mobile phone fees Ofcom had called on networks to automatically cut prices for out-of-contract mobile subscribers.
● Avengers: Endgame overtakes Avatar as top box office movie of all time The superheroes defeat the aliens as Avengers: Endgame becomes the highest-grossing film ever.
● Aid budget to be used by International Trade Department Part of the £14bn aid budget will be spent by Liam Fox's Department for International Trade.
● China's new Nasdaq-style board begins trading The so-called Star market marks a significant step in China's ambition to open its economy and markets.
● The Silicon Valley space race The battle between two billionaires vying to take us to the Moon and beyond.
● Danger tumble dryers: 'I'm sorry' says Whirlpool executive A full recall of remaining fire-prone dryers is launched, four years after the safety issue first emerged.
● Body-worn cameras to be compulsory for bailiffs The government says the move will help tackle "intimidation and aggression" used by some bailiffs.
● Avengers: Endgame set to pass Avatar as top box office movie The Marvel sequel's weekend take is set to push it past James Cameron's $2,789.7bn-grossing epic.
● 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.
● Renters may get access to rogue landlord database Prospective tenants would be able to check if their landlord has convictions, under government plans.
● 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?
● 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.
● HS2: Costs review 'ongoing' amid reported £30bn overrun The boss of the new high-speed rail link has reportedly warned the project will exceed its £56bn budget.
● 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.
● Iran 'seizes British-flagged oil tanker' A British-flagged oil tanker has been seized in the Gulf by Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Iran media say.