January 20, 2022

Cost of living crisis lies in wait for PM fighting to save his job

Harlow is one of Essex's most deprived towns.
January 20, 2022

Peloton shares in fast descent on report of temporary production halt

Shares in Peloton, the connected fitness firm, have fallen by more than 20% on a report the company is to cease production of its treadmills and bikes because of plunging demand.
January 20, 2022

Tinder charges more for young gays, lesbians and over-30s, claims Which?

Tinder is charging young gay and lesbian users and people over 30 more for its premium service, according to an investigation by Which?
January 20, 2022

Britishvolt gigafactory given £100m in taxpayer funding to help power electric car future

Plans for a new British-owned battery gigaplant in Northumberland have been boosted by the commitment of around £100m of government funds to the £3.8bn scheme.
January 20, 2022

Cross-Channel power cable project rejected by government despite energy squeeze

A cross-Channel power cable project has been rejected by the government despite pressure to bolster energy supplies in the face of an unprecedented surge in prices.
January 20, 2022

Fury as Nicola Sturgeon demands EU flag flown on Scottish buildings ‘EVERY DAY’ in 2022

NICOLA Sturgeon has sparked fury among Scots as she demanded the European flag be flown outside all Government buildings "every day" this year.
January 20, 2022

Long-term underpayment of thousands of pensioners is a ‘shameful shambles’

The long-term underpayment of state pensioners, an unknown number of whom will have died without receiving what they were owed, is a "shameful shambles", according to a public spending watchdog.
January 20, 2022

Shell carbon capture facility ‘secures just 48% of hydrogen production emissions’

One of the only facilities in the world that uses carbon capture and storage technology to reduce the emissions of hydrogen production has the same carbon footprint as 1.2 million petrol cars, according to a new report seen exclusively by Sky News.
January 20, 2022

Wetherspoons chief ‘breakdancing round my living room’ as COVID rules ease

Wetherspoons boss Tim Martin said he was "breakdancing round my living room" after COVID-19 restrictions were eased - amid signs of a return to normal trading from a number of businesses.
January 20, 2022

BT broadband, EE, Vodafone, Plusnet users could pay extra £120 due to HUGE price rises

BROADBAND, mobile phone and television customers who hold a contract with BT, Vodafone, Plusnet, EE, TalkTalk and a number of other companies could face price rises of up to £10 extra each month - totalling £120 a year for the same speeds, data allowan...
January 20, 2022

Net zero targets could cause more unrest and division than Brexit, Tory MP warns

Carbon emissions targets could be "bigger than Brexit" for the potential of causing unrest, and division in the country, an organising member of the Net Zero Scrutiny Group of MPs has warned.
January 20, 2022

The mineral your immune system needs to fight cancer – deficiency could increase your risk

A DIETARY mineral is involved in allowing immune cells to function. Deficiency increases the risk of multiple diseases.