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Johnson to set out housing plans in effort to rebuild his leadership

Boris Johnson will deliver a major speech in an attempt to reset his premiership after the bruising confidence vote.
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Taxes will definitely be cut, says Michael Gove

The Levelling-Up Secretary made the unequivocal commitment as some Conservative MPs are calling for lower taxes soon

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Price of filling typical family car with petrol hits £100

The RAC said the price hike marked a ‘dark day’ for as the cost of filling a 55-litre tank hit £100.27p

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Petrol prices: How can I reduce my fuel costs?

There are a number of ways drivers can reduce their fuel bills amid record pump prices

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Cost of a full tank of petrol hits £100

Figures from data firm Experian Catalist show the average price of a litre of petrol at UK forecourts reached a record 182.3p on Wednesday.
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Legal age to buy tobacco should be raised to make smoking obsolete – review

Almost six million people in England smoke, and tobacco is the single biggest cause of preventable illness and death, the Department of Health said.
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Dallas’ Patrick Duffy remembers Larry Hagman 10 years on from death

EXCLUSIVE The US star, who is best known for playing Bobby Ewing in iconic soap Dallas, is currently starring in a UK tour of murder mystery, Catch Me If You Can

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Don’t pick fights with students on free speech, Labour warns Government

Bridget Phillipson claimed the Higher Education Free Speech Bill is a distraction from ministers’ ‘failure on the wider challenges’ in the sector.
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Electricity firms must ‘up their game’ following Storm Arwen, says Ofgem

A critical report by the industry regulator has found some customers received ‘unacceptable service’ after the devastating storm in November.
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Who is Dami Hope? Love Island 2022 contestant and microbiologist

Dami’s family would describe him as funny, a joker, and a troublemaker.

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Who is Paige Thorne? Love Island 2022 contestant and Welsh paramedic

Romantic Paige says: “I just have lots of love to give, I just love, love!”

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Who is Liam Llewellyn? Love Island 2022 contestant and Welsh student

Liam’s family would describe him as “quite generous, quite caring, happy, chatty, chirpy, bubbly.”

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Queen Elizabeth II: How many children and grandchildren does she have?

The Queen’s children and grandchildren have supported her in recent months, as she has missed events due to mobility issues.

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Royal family line of succession: Who’s in line to the throne?

Queen Elizabeth II’s reign is the longest of any British monarch in history.

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Wordle: What is the answer for June 9 and what is the meaning?

Find out the meaning behind today’s Wordle answer

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Rwanda asylum flight ‘in doubt’ as campaigners launch legal challenge

It comes as the number of migrants to have crossed the Channel to the UK so far this year passed the 10,000 mark

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TikTok adds screen time management tools to boost ‘digital wellbeing’

The video platform is to give users more tools to control and manage how long they spend on the site

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Suki Waterhouse at Omeara: She’s no punk, but this was persuasive

After a shaky start, Waterhouse fell into her stride with heartbroken melodrama that suggested a burgeoning talent

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Tony! review: Slapdash Blair musical feels like a student drama spoof

There’s not much satirical sophistication on show in this oddly-timed musical effort from Harry Hill and Steve Brown

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Queen ‘won’t appear at Commonwealth Games’

The 96-year-old monarch was absent for much of last weekend’s Jubilee celebrations

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FirstGroup rebuffs £1.2bn takeover approach

The bus and rail group said the proposal from I Squared Capital Advisors ‘significantly undervalues’ the firm.
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Power firms provided ‘unacceptable service’ to some after Storm Arwen

A six-month review by Ofgem has been published following the storm which brought trees down across England and Scotland.
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Thousands suffered ‘unacceptable service’ during Storm Arwen blackouts

A six-month review by Ofgem has been published following the storm which brought trees down across England and Scotland

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Four UK schools on global prizes shortlist

The London Academy of Excellence has been shortlisted for a prize worth thousands of pounds for its work on mental health.
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Pupils turn to social media over lack of climate change education

Parents show strong support for climate change in polling but pupils and teachers say the topic can be a ‘tick box’ exercise.
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Ministry of Defence acquires Government’s first quantum computer

London-based firm Orca Computing will work with the ministry as part of the scheme

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Wales could ban energy drinks for under-16s to curb obesity

The Welsh Government is also looking at ways to stop takeaways from opening up near schools.
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Sir Keir Starmer to meet Irish leaders amid NI Protocol row

The Labour leader’s first official visit to Ireland comes as the UK proposes controversial legislation to override the Northern Ireland Protocol.
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Vigil for British journalist and indigenous affairs official missing in Amazon

Well-wishers are expected to gather outside the Brazilian Embassy.
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Johnson hopes housing benefit for mortgage vision will recover Tory support

He is expected to confirm plans to extend the right to buy to housing association tenants.
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Phoebe Waller-Bridge hails ‘new dawn’ for Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival

The actor, who is president of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, also said the event would be ‘more outrageously spectacular than ever before’.
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Big increase in four-day week jobs, study suggests

The news follows the launch of a six-month long trial among scores of companies offering a four-day week for their staff.
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Twice as many gaming accounts belong to customers in most deprived areas – study

Some 29% of gaming accounts are registered to the most deprived areas while 13% come from the least deprived areas, researchers have found.
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Call to tackle phosphorus impact on food and water security

Poor management of phosphorus is leading to water pollution and food shortages, with farmers struggling to afford some fertilisers for their crops.
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Brain changes linked to emotion ‘found in people with broken heart syndrome’

The condition is a sudden form of acute heart failure, usually brought on by emotional or physical stress such as the loss of a loved one.