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Boris Johnson is expected to be questioned by MPs and the Labour leader, Keir Starmer, during prime minister's questions. This comes before an opposition day debate on Covid contracts and public procurement
Inflation is causing real pain. But raising interest rates will make it worse
Rate hikes could induce a recession and hurt ordinary people. We need price stabilisation measures instead
Salman Rushdie Attacker Says "Surprised" Author Survived: Report
Last Friday as Salman Rushdie was set to deliver a talk as part of a lecture series, a man stormed the stage and stabbed him several times in the neck and abdomen.
Manchester United fan and billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe interested in buying club
One of Britain's richest men, Manchester United supporter Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is interested in buying the Premier League club if it was for sale.
Government 'asleep at the wheel' as Ofgem director quits over energy price cap change
Ofgem recently changed the method it uses to determine the price cap on energy bills and Christine Farnish disagreed with giving suppliers six months instead of 12 to recoup the...
Inflation hits double figures soaring to new 40-year high as cost of living crisis deepens
Increasing food costs were the biggest driver of the latest hike, according to the Office for National Statistics, with annual inflation for these items now running at 12.7%, up...
Elon Musk: It was a joke - I'm NOT buying Manchester United
Manchester United fans have protested in recent years against the American Glazer family, who bought the club in 2005, due to the team's struggles on the pitch.
Premier League drives European football to huge revenues despite COVID
But the story was not as positive for teams in the Championship, the second tier of English football, which faces skyrocketing debt and high wage bills.
Inflation news is bad - but there is a glimmer of hope
Commodity prices, including copper, oil, and wheat, are all beginning to fall - just one indication that the fundamentals pushing inflation up are finally cooling off.
Ryanair ups Stansted flights over 'hopeless' Heathrow passenger cap
The UK's biggest airport says that without a limit, it will not be able to safely and reliably handle its flight schedule. But its continuation threatens to disrupt future famil...
Is now a good time to buy a house - or is it better to keep renting?
Interest from potential buyers may have slipped in July, but prices are still rising - so is now the right time to buy a house?
Meta steps up information control ahead of US elections
Facebook's parent company is imposing strict controls on information related to the upcoming midterm elections
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