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Health secretary urges people to get booster jabs to avoid fresh restrictions
Attacks counter-productive despite its belief that ministers use funds to gain support
‘Substantial’ risk to politicians after Amess killing, say intelligence analysts
Accord could ‘pave the way’ to joining trans-Pacific bloc but is unlikely to boost GDP
Transport analysts say government will need to replace lost taxes from petrol and diesel
Survey adds to evidence that labour shortages are fuelling widespread wage growth
SMRs promise huge cost savings over traditional large-scale plants but the technology is unproven
Traditional giveaways may not impress voters enduring turbulence — long-term thinking should be the priority
Government charm offensive at Science Museum and Windsor Castle to entice overseas spending focused on net-zero goals
Focus on risk to find a way out of a bitter dispute
Call for urgent review of price cap as wholesale spike threatens more supplier collapses
Consumers query amount of water used, accuracy of charges and handling of debt recovery
HMRC plans to probe digital currency holders over possible gains
Borrowing to fund the energy transition is neither unsustainable nor unfair
Spending watchdog to assess how FCA oversaw transfers by thousands of steelworkers
Former PM’s communication with government officials within the rules, says regulator
Chart crime at Her Majesty’s Government.
Companies desperate to get hold of parts and goods in the run-up to Christmas are turning to airlines to fulfil orders
Demand comes as daily death toll hits highest level since March and hospitalisations near 1,000
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Relief likely to be temporary as energy and food prices rise
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Prime minister urged to set up funding scheme
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Top-up levy introduced by George Osborne in 2015 to fall from 8 per cent to 3 per cent
Subtitled ‘Scenes from the Grenfell Inquiry’, the verbatim play at London’s Tabernacle Theatre has a devastating impact
MPs are told inflation will rise and small businesses will bear brunt of worker shortages and price increases
Poorer households in the UK face a difficult winter of higher living costs
Five projects vied to become first in Britain to use the technology to slash industry emissions
Housebuilder says differing interpretations of fire safety have slowed efforts to resolve predicament
Study comes amid longstanding complaints that artists get marginal returns from streaming platforms
Announcement comes two weeks before COP26 climate summit in Glasgow
Money Saving Expert tells Money Clinic podcast about likely impact of dropping repayment threshold