In South Korea, some grandparents are going to classes to relearn the art of looking after children – to make sure they’re still qualified for the job.
The Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak, has announced a multi-billion-dollar plan to help revitalise the country’s struggling economy.
Brazil announces $7bn of spending cuts and the return of an unpopular financial transactions tax to try to plug a huge black hole in the budget.
BBC News explains the different kinds of factors that can affect global markets.
Computers have not boosted school results
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Government plans to tighten rules on trade union strike ballots in Britain are labelled “draconian and counter-productive” by Labour
The recruitment industry says it has concerns about government plans to end the ban on using agency workers to replace striking staff.
A senior union leader says Jeremy Corbyn should be judged on how Labour performs in elections not by the enthusiasm of activists who voted for him as leader.