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Liz Truss admits 'disruption' to UK economy but stands by forecast-free mini-budget
The prime minister defends the decision to present last week's mini-budget without an accompanying forecast from the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) due to the need to re...
Shops in England banned from displaying junk food near entrances and tills from today
A proposed ban on multibuy deals for junk food - such as "buy one, get one free" offers - is being delayed until October 2023.
Post-lockdown boom in jobs market 'is over' as employers worry about energy costs and recession fears
Some areas, particularly areas of Northern Ireland, had a steep drop off in job openings as businesses faced a 'long wait' for energy bill supports
Minister issues warning as government energy support package kicks in to cover huge spike in bills
Business Secretary Jacob Rees-Mogg says messages asking for people to provide personal or financial details to receive support should be treated as fraudulent activity, as no ap...
Train services crippled by fresh strike, as Royal Mail staff walk out for second day
A reduced timetable has been published, showing that just 11% of rail services will run today, with some areas having no trains.
How much will my bills increase now the energy price cap comes into effect
Gas and electricity bills are going up as the new energy price cap takes effect.
British Steel's Chinese owner seeks huge government aid package
Jingye Group has indicated that British Steel's two blast furnaces will not be commercially viable without hundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayer support.
Protests held over climate crisis and energy rises
Protests have been taking place across the UK on a day of action highlighting issues including the increased cost of living and the climate crisis.
Train strike: Worst rail disruption of year as workers walk out
More than 50,000 workers are taking part in a strike resulting in the worst rail disruption of the year so far.
King Charles will not attend COP27, says Palace
King Charles will not attend the climate change conference COP27, which is due to be held in Egypt later this year, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.
That isn't me, Kwarteng tells Mirror over wrong image
The Mirror newspaper has apologised for a "terrible error" after it mistook another man for Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng in an online story.
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