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Mother-of-four says ‘every day is a struggle’ as cost of living soars

Mother-of-four says ‘every day is a struggle’ as cost of living soars

Phoenix, 33, from south-east London, described the hike in costs as a ‘smack in the face’.

‘No simple way’ for Ukrainian refugees to find permanent homes, UK hosts warn

‘No simple way’ for Ukrainian refugees to find permanent homes, UK hosts warn

Hundreds of Homes For Ukraine hosts have signed an open letter asking the Government to make it easier for refugees to find accommodation.

Search carried out into reports of shots fired at Derry bonfire

Search carried out into reports of shots fired at Derry bonfire

Police are also investigating the placing of items on the pyre.

Defra rules relaxed in heatwave so farmers can feed livestock

Defra rules relaxed in heatwave so farmers can feed livestock

The temporary changes mean farmers can relax the guidelines in their agri-environment scheme agreements and make it easier to feed animals.

Giggs enjoyed ‘rough’ sex life with ex who accuses him of assault, jury told

Giggs enjoyed ‘rough’ sex life with ex who accuses him of assault, jury told

The former Manchester United star has been giving evidence in his defence for a second day.

‘Dangerous’ man seen fleeing scene of mobility scooter attack sought by police

‘Dangerous’ man seen fleeing scene of mobility scooter attack sought by police

Thomas O’Halloran was killed in a ‘shocking act’ of ‘unprovoked violence’ at around 4pm on Tuesday.

Shapps’ comments on number plates for bikes ‘impractical’, says Cycling UK

Shapps’ comments on number plates for bikes ‘impractical’, says Cycling UK

The charity accused Transport Secretary Grant Shapps of ‘proposing expensive barriers’ to cycling.

Man charged with murder after stabbing near London’s Oxford Street

Man charged with murder after stabbing near London’s Oxford Street

Li Hunan is to face trial at the Old Bailey over the fatal stabbing of Li Sung.

Clearing vacancies down after ‘admin blip’ ahead of A-level results day

Clearing vacancies down after ‘admin blip’ ahead of A-level results day

The University of Liverpool had shown 529 courses as available in clearing on the Ucas website last week but this should not have been the case.

Boy, 13, pleads guilty to burglaries at luxury hotels and BBC TV centre

Boy, 13, pleads guilty to burglaries at luxury hotels and BBC TV centre

The string of burglaries took place between April 2021 and January 2022.

Boy died in fall from White Cliffs of Dover on 12th birthday, inquest told

Boy died in fall from White Cliffs of Dover on 12th birthday, inquest told

Mati Urb and his family were on the first day of their holiday when the accident happened.

ITV wins Super Bowl broadcast rights after seven years on BBC

ITV wins Super Bowl broadcast rights after seven years on BBC

The network will also air two of the NFL season’s three London games.

Ancient creature with no anus is not earliest human ancestor, research suggests

Ancient creature with no anus is not earliest human ancestor, research suggests

Saccorhytus , a spikey, wrinkly sack, with a large mouth surrounded by spines and holes, is part of a different family tree.

Zahawi condemns Labour’s energy plan for rewarding ‘wealthier people like me’

Zahawi condemns Labour’s energy plan for rewarding ‘wealthier people like me’

The Chancellor said he would rather target support for families struggling with the cost of living.

‘Much-loved’ elderly man stabbed to death in mobility scooter named

‘Much-loved’ elderly man stabbed to death in mobility scooter named

The Metropolitan Police said Thomas O’Halloran was a ‘very well-known and much-loved member of our community’.

Infected blood scandal: ‘Another day of upset’ for victim’s son

Infected blood scandal: ‘Another day of upset’ for victim’s son

A man whose father died says he found out about the Government’s interim compensation payments in a press release.

What can households do to cope with soaring inflation?

What can households do to cope with soaring inflation?

Food, fuel and energy costs have rocketed in recent months – and are continuing to increase.

Plumber found guilty of road rage murder of Deliveroo driver

Plumber found guilty of road rage murder of Deliveroo driver

Nathan Smith, 28, stabbed Takieddine Boudhane, 30, on January 3 2020 after a minor road incident

‘Millions face winter of despair with one in four unable to afford energy bills’

‘Millions face winter of despair with one in four unable to afford energy bills’

Citizens Advice said one in three people (34%) could be unable to afford their energy bills in January when prices are predicted to soar above £4,200.

Sunak heavily outspends Truss on Facebook adverts

Sunak heavily outspends Truss on Facebook adverts

Rishi Sunak’s campaign has been one of the top 20 UK spenders on Facebook advertising since mid-July.

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