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Rainy summer helped pumpkins grow larger

P umpkins will be larger than usual this year after the rainy summer provided perfect growing conditions for the squash,…

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Rishi Sunak refuses to commit to HS2 Manchester route

Speculation has risen over the project’s future after reports suggested its costs have breached the £100billion mark, even with the…

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Lower energy price cap takes effect amid concerns households will pay more

A fall in Ofgem’s energy price cap has come into effect amid concerns that households could still end up paying…

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Government ‘should make specific law to protect shop workers’

S hop owners have asked the Home Secretary to specifically outlaw attacks on retail workers. The Government should create a…

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Liz Truss to call for corporation tax to be lowered back to 19% in rally speech

F ormer prime minister Liz Truss will urge the Conservative leadership to position itself as the “party of business again”…

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First Minister urges union to listen to members over school support staff strike

S cotland’s First Minister has urged a union to listen to its members after it warned there could be further…

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The doom mongers have spoken. Now the City bounces back

F or a long while the complaint was all about these swaggering foreigners coming over here, stealing all our big…

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Rail strikes on start and end date of Tory conference not political – Aslef

T rain drivers are striking on the start and end dates of the Conservative Party conference for industrial, not political,…

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Union warns of further strike action by school support staff in Scotland

S chool support staff could take further strike action in a dispute over pay, a union has warned as it…

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86% of new students ‘say living costs made them more worried about university’

N early nine in 10 (86%) students starting their first year at university believe the cost-of-living crisis has made them…

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