October 12, 2021

‘Stark reality’: Young people most affected by cost of living crisis, study finds

Young people are still the most financially vulnerable age group in Britain despite often doing the right thing when it comes to their money, according to a new report.
October 12, 2021

Rishi Sunak to call for ‘global action’ to tackle supply chain issues as fuel crisis continues

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is to call for "global action" to tackle supply chain issues on his first official visit to the United States.
October 12, 2021

EU to set out ‘practical solutions’ as UK demands new arrangements for Northern Ireland

The EU is expected to outline its response to UK demands to alter post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland following this summer's tense "sausage war" between the two sides.
October 12, 2021

‘Almost 10,000’ pubs, clubs and restaurants call time permanently during pandemic

There are almost 10,000 fewer licensed premises across Britain since the start of the coronavirus pandemic - with a rush of closures taking place since the summer despite a reopening of the economy, according to a report.
October 12, 2021

New study links common condition to a raised risk of dementia – 4.9 million in UK have it

EFFORTS to understand the mechanisms that underpin dementia continue to throw up important insights about brain decline. A new study furthers our understanding of the association between dementia and a chronic condition that millions of people live wit...
October 12, 2021

Supplements warning: The vitamin that ‘significantly’ increases risk of cancer in men

MOST people do not need to take vitamin supplements because they can get all the vitamins and minerals they need by eating a healthy, balanced diet. However, the supplement market is booming. According to one study, supplementing with a popular vitamin...
October 12, 2021

Europe Covid hotspots MAPPED: UK amongst top 10 worst-affected nations in Europe

EUROPE remains in the throes of a deadly pandemic, with tens of thousands of infections across the continent every day. Maps show exactly where Covid has clung on while health authorities attempt to vaccinate local populations.
October 12, 2021

Energy watchdog Ofgem braced for fresh wave of supplier collapses

Ofgem, the energy regulator, is braced for a fresh wave of supplier collapses this week as the crisis engulfing the industry continues to accelerate.
October 12, 2021

Menopause insomnia: The key supplement for a better night’s sleep

INSOMNIA is one of the most common complaints during menopause, but luckily a quick dose of melatonin could fix the problem. Here's why.
October 12, 2021

‘EU nonsense!’: New EU speed limiters set to launch in UK are ‘assault on freedom’

NEW EU speed limiters which could be installed in the UK as early as next year is an "assault on our freedoms", according to Express readers.
October 12, 2021

HGV driver crisis forces cargo ships to divert from UK because of container backlog

A major global shipping company has blamed a backlog of containers at UK ports for a decision to divert vessels elsewhere, threatening delays to deliveries ahead of the Christmas rush.
October 12, 2021

IMF blames ‘great vaccine divide for dangerous divergence in economic prospects’

The UK is tipped to record the largest leap in growth among advanced economies this year but a resurgent COVID crisis has damaged recoveries globally and resulted in a "dangerous divergence" in economic prospects, according to the International Monetar...