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23 hours ago

Worst airlines for customer satisfaction revealed

UK flag carrier British Airways ranked low for both long-haul and short-haul flights.
Worst airlines for customer satisfaction revealed
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1 day ago

Energy price cap to fall but bills to include 'temporary' charge to help tackle record debt

The regulator says it is acting to help customers who are behind with their payments under a series of measures aimed at helping the worse off.
Energy price cap to fall but bills to include 'temporary' charge to help tackle record debt
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2 days ago

'Underfunded' government free nursery place scheme driving providers out of business

The hourly rate being offered to nurseries is often less than the cost of providing the place, forcing them to raise prices for supplying food or for private clients.
'Underfunded' government free nursery place scheme driving providers out of business
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2 days ago

Cause of long COVID brain fog could be from leaky blood vessels, study says

As of March last year, an estimated 1.9 million people living in private households in the UK - 2.9% of the population - were experiencing self-reported long COVID.
Cause of long COVID brain fog could be from leaky blood vessels, study says
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2 days ago

Fish and chips under threat as Russia pulls out of deal signed with UK in 1956

British vessels have caught thousands of tonnes of cod and haddock in Russian waters - and Moscow says a 1956 agreement has been axed in response to the UK's sanctions on six people in charge of the penal colony where Alexei Navalny died.
Fish and chips under threat as Russia pulls out of deal signed with UK in 1956
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2 days ago

Venomous snakes, wild cats and crocodiles among thousands of deadly animals kept as pets in UK

Licences for more than 2,000 animals categorised as dangerous have been issued to private owners across the UK.
Venomous snakes, wild cats and crocodiles among thousands of deadly animals kept as pets in UK
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2 days ago

Alopecia: First ever treatment approved for NHS use marks 'monumental day'

Thousands are set to benefit from an alopecia treatment available for widespread NHS use for the first time. A leading charity said people had gone without NHS treatment for “far too long”.
Alopecia: First ever treatment approved for NHS use marks 'monumental day'
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2 days ago

Officers should be allowed to ban drug and drink-drivers at the roadside, police chiefs say

As well as roadside bans, senior officers want tougher punishments for drivers who kill while under the influence, including potential murder charges.
Officers should be allowed to ban drug and drink-drivers at the roadside, police chiefs say
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3 days ago

More than half of universal credit recipients ‘ran out of food in past month’

More than half of people receiving universal credit have recently run out of food and been unable to afford more, according to a survey for the Trussell Trust.
More than half of universal credit recipients ‘ran out of food in past month’
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3 days ago

NHS psychiatric care 'collapsing' amid 'unsafe' mixed wards, bed shortages and poor safeguarding

"Nobody wants to take responsibility" for sexual abuse claims, says one woman working in the sector, with complaints "swept under the carpet" and staff poorly-trained to deal with it all.
NHS psychiatric care 'collapsing' amid 'unsafe' mixed wards, bed shortages and poor safeguarding
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4 days ago

Estee Lauder, Greggs and easyjet among employers HMRC says failed to pay minimum wage

Breaches in national minimum wage payments included making employees pay for uniforms out of wages, and making illegal deductions to cover PPE, food, childcare and training costs.
Estee Lauder, Greggs and easyjet among employers HMRC says failed to pay minimum wage
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4 days ago

Baby formula price probe ordered as costs remain 'historically high'

The CMA says its concerns include a lack of incentives among suppliers to offer infant formula at competitive prices.
Baby formula price probe ordered as costs remain 'historically high'
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5 days ago

New rules proposed to curb growth in short-term lets like those on Airbnb

Only future UK Airbnb properties are to be subject to the new laws which have been welcomed by the platform.
New rules proposed to curb growth in short-term lets like those on Airbnb
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5 days ago

Phone ban: What is the new guidance on mobile phones in schools in England?

The government has put out formal guidance on using mobile phones in schools in England. Sky's Rob Powell explains what this means for pupils.
Phone ban: What is the new guidance on mobile phones in schools in England?
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5 days ago

Hospitality demands VAT cut as National Living Wage hike looms

Industry bodies for pubs, restaurants, hotels and cafes argue more businesses will go to the wall unless the chancellor takes action to mitigate surging costs.
Hospitality demands VAT cut as National Living Wage hike looms
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7 days ago

Ukrainians offered 18-month visa extension to stay in UK

The new scheme will mean Ukrainians who had to flee their home due to Russia's invasion almost two years ago will be able to stay in the UK until September 2026.
Ukrainians offered 18-month visa extension to stay in UK
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7 days ago

UK weather: Britons face weekend washout amid yellow warning for heavy rain

The Met Office's yellow warning for heavy rain is in place from 3pm on Saturday to 9am on Sunday and covers large parts of England and Wales.
UK weather: Britons face weekend washout amid yellow warning for heavy rain
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8 days ago

Energy bills set to fall by almost £300 a year to cheapest in two years

Energy bills are projected to fall by an average of 15% - equivalent to £293 in annual savings - as a mild winter meant high gas storage levels.
Energy bills set to fall by almost £300 a year to cheapest in two years
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9 days ago

Exercise even better than anti-depressants at treating depression, study finds

Walking, jogging, yoga and strength training appeared to be the most effective types of exercise, according to a major new analysis.
Exercise even better than anti-depressants at treating depression, study finds
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9 days ago

What are premium bonds - and are they a good way to invest?

They started out as a way of ordinary people being able to invest their money safely, while helping the government at the same time. Nearly 70 years on, are they worth having?
What are premium bonds - and are they a good way to invest?
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10 days ago

Deliveroo, Just Eat, Uber Eats strikes set to hit Fridays and holidays, drivers warn

Delivery drivers for Just Eat, Uber Eats, Deliveroo and Stuart say they have seen their income for up to 72-hour weeks fall by as much as £300 despite huge increases in the cost of living - and are calling for measures including a minimum fee of £5 per delivery.
Deliveroo, Just Eat, Uber Eats strikes set to hit Fridays and holidays, drivers warn
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10 days ago

How is climate change threatening the Valentine's Day rose?

Christian Aid's new report examines the climate impact on Valentine's Day roses - and the impact of the industry on the environment.
How is climate change threatening the Valentine's Day rose?
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10 days ago

Home Office to pay influencers to post on TikTok urging migrants not to cross Channel

The Home Office has run campaigns attempting to deter illegal migration in Albania, France and Belgium for the last three years, but now Home Secretary James Cleverly has agreed an expansion into several new countries.
Home Office to pay influencers to post on TikTok urging migrants not to cross Channel
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10 days ago

Shoplifting 'epidemic' hits record high as abuse against shop workers also soars, survey shows

The spate cost retailers around £1.8bn, a record sum, and the first time it has surpassed the £1bn mark, according to an annual survey by the British Retail Consortium (BRC).
Shoplifting 'epidemic' hits record high as abuse against shop workers also soars, survey shows
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