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The Brazilian miner was told the site breached guidelines months before it collapsed, report claims.
A committee of MPs also says the government's aim of eliminating the budget deficit has "no credibility".
The results come as Nissan and Renault pledge to continue their alliance in a post-Carlos Ghosn era.
It is unclear whether Donald Trump will back the proposed border security deal by a Friday deadline.
Eurotunnel says the contracts were decided in a "secretive and flawed procurement process".
Seeing a doctor online instead of in person could save time and money, but what are the drawbacks?
London's trade guilds date back a thousand years and have billions of pounds in assets. But have they forgotten their original purpose?
Supermarket palm oil products are not fully traceable despite being called "100% certified sustainable", BBC research finds.
Groups want a regulator to be appointed to prevent a fall-out from bank branch and ATM closures.
Vehicles could also be fitted with CCTV as part of plans to better protect vulnerable passengers.
Google and Facebook should be overseen to ensure their news content is trustworthy, a report recommends.
The struggling department store chain is in talks with lenders over renegotiating its debts.
Will Brits be able to use their mobile phones in Europe after Brexit without paying extra?
Business leaders threaten to stop co-operating with government policy consultations as no-deal Brexit looms.
The "continuity agreement" will see the two countries continue to trade as they do now, after Brexit.
So you think the dating scene is just a meat market? Wait till you hear about this matchmaking app.
The fine could amount to €12.5m ($14m, £11m) for the 1,000 ads the city says break French law.
A research hub to help the steel industry drastically cut carbon emissions by 2040 is being set up.
The bank has apologised for "intermittent issues" with online banking and promised an urgent fix.
Annual growth slowest for six years after falls in construction and car-manufacturing, says the ONS.