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Inflation explained: What is it, what causes it and how do we deal with it now?
What is inflation, where does it come from and how to handle its fluctuation? Here’s everything you need to know about it.
Young non-smokers told not to take up vaping by experts
Young non-smokers are being advised not to take up vaping.
Queen's cause of death given as 'old age' on death certificate
Queen Elizabeth II died of "old age", according to her death certificate, which has been released by the National Records of Scotland.
Government is undercutting UK institutions, says former Bank governor
Former Bank of England governor Mark Carney has accused the government of "undercutting" the UK's key economic institutions.
Liz Truss grilled by BBC local radio stations
Listen to some of the key moments from the prime minister’s first interviews since the mini-budget announcement.
Liz Truss interviews: Five key exchanges with prime minister
Liz Truss has been grilled in a string of BBC radio interviews - her first comments in a dramatic week that has seen a new mini-budget, the pound slump and the Bank of England f...
109-year-old Oxford woman 'has a bacon sandwich every day'
A woman who has turned 109 and was born while King George V was on the throne, still enjoys a bacon sandwich every day for breakfast.
Mini-budget: PM to meet head of OBR following market turmoil
The prime minister will meet the head of Britain's independent forecaster on Friday after days of market turmoil.
Truss: Right to take decisive action to help people
The PM says her government needs to continue to "deliver economic growth, jobs and opportunities".
Kwasi Kwarteng: We stopped consumer spending collapse
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has said his mini-budget was needed to stop a collapse in consumer spending, despite it sparking days of market turmoil.
Transgender charity Mermaids under investigation
Transgender youth support charity Mermaids is under investigation by The Charity Commission over safeguarding concerns.
Striking barristers to vote on pay proposals
The government is offering barristers tens of millions of pounds in extra payments in a bid to end a strike which has seen record criminal court delays in England and Wales.
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