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Just 13% of people thought green levies were among the factors most to blame for rising bills, a poll found.
Brussels is bringing a case against China before the World Trade Organization over restrictions on goods coming from Lithuania, the European Commission said.View on euronews
Detectives have launched an appeal for help after a valuable stamp collection was robbed from a pensioner. The catalogue of collectable stamps - worth £5,000 - was snatched from a 72-year-old man in Enfield, north London.
Katie Price has now said she hit “rock bottom” after her drink-driving crash last year. The former glamour model, 43, confessed she regrets getting in the car saying she could have killed someone or herself in the crash.
Lawyers question strength of Prince Andrew’s response to lawsuit. Legal experts question whether document filed with US district court can help royal avoid ‘disastrous’ trial
800,000 seats are reduced in the sale, starting from £19.99 – including over the February half term!
Conservative Treasury Committee chairman Mel Stride has called for the planned 1.25 percentage point increase to be delayed by a year.
Barbie the Red Deer became part of a family in Scotland - loved a freshly baked scone and even helped out with household chores! .
Barry Cryer, who has died aged 86, established himself as a writer on TV show The Two Ronnies, and he also worked with other stars of British comedy such as Tommy Cooper, Sir Billy Connolly, Kenny Everett, Dave Allen and Les Dawson. Cryer received an OBE in 2001 and in 2018 was given a lifetime achievement award for his comedy career by the British Music Hall Society. In his much-told moth joke, Cryer told the story of an unfaithful wife who hides her lover in the bedroom when her husband returns early from a business trip.
The majority of Covid patients in English hospitals are not being treated primarily for the virus, latest figures show.
More than two years after Covid first emerged in China, mechanisms are now in place that flag up potentially dangerous new variants sometimes months before they make the news. Namita Singh reports
The blast occurred early on Wednesday morning and caused a fire in the building.View on euronews
The Radfords are Britain's biggest family, but how many grandchildren do they have?
Project Kraken has been in operation since 2008 and is due to relaunch again in the coming months.
Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey defended the Prime Minister over a leaked email suggesting he had “authorised” the removal of animals from Kabul. The Cabinet minister insisted Boris Johnson did not make any “individual decisions” on Afghan evacuations.
They are the twin questions with which City executives have been grappling for some time.
Foreign office emails appear to contradict the prime minister’s insistence that he did not personally authorise the controversial rescue of cats and dogs from a British animal charity in Afghanistan.
Holocaust survivor explains the heartbreaking reason she won't remover her Auschwitz tattoo
The Home Depot worker said she has to shower at Planet Fitness
Number of rapes recorded by police hit record high in same period, as government accused of failing to tackle violence against women