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A worker at a banana plantation in Santa Marta, Colombia

Banana-drama: Columbian strike against pay cuts threatens supply of UKs favourite fruit

Fairtrade Foundation says bananas were selling in UK for roughly £1.10 a kg in 2002, compared to 68p now

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Advantage Samsung in patent battle with Apple: Old iPhones and iPad models banned from sale

But the latest iPhone and iPad are not covered by the ruling

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Here are the 10 best buys for kids who want to switch off the TV and get outside to have some fun in the sun while it lasts

Significant number of children believe cheese comes from plants, reveals new survey

Cheese comes from plants and fish fingers are made of chicken, according to a significant number of children questioned on their knowledge of where food comes from.

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