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Insolvency Service to investigate BHS's slump into administration
A BHS branch in Wood Green, north London. There are up to 10 potential buyers interested in taking on its stores. Photograph: Dinendra Haria/Rex/Shutterstock.
Sir Philip Green faces Insolvency Service probe into BHS collapse  
Sir Philip Green agrees to appear before MPs  
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The group planning a management buyout of Tata Steel's UK assets has confirmed it has registered a letter of intent expressing its formal interest.
U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday after weak economic data in China and Europe reignited worries about global growth, while oil prices dropped for a second day, dragging down energy shares.
Across the Horn of Africa, millions have been hit by the severe El Ni�o-related drought. The region is among those projected to take a big hit to GDP by 2050 because of water scarcity.
Telecoms company TalkTalk has announced that it will end separate line rental charges, and instead roll its broadband charges into one monthly fee.
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